Aldina Žudjelović completed her bachelor’s studies in Hospitality and Tourism Management, with Magna Cum Laude at RIT Croatia, and also obtained a minor degree in Anthropology and Sociology. Furthermore, through the Erasmus+ Programme, she attended one semester at the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems, in Austria. For her success in primary school and high school, she was awarded the Luča diploma. She successfully completed the regional Democracy School organised by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), the Centre for International Relations from Banja Luka and the Centre for International Studies from Zagreb, as well as the Active Citizenship School for Youth organised by the Centre for the Development of Non-Governmental Organizations (CRNVO). She participated in the Confronting the Past programme organized by the Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF). Moreover, she attended numerous seminars and conferences in Montenegro, the region, and EU countries. Through internal CCE’s training, she enhanced her skills in event organization, free access to information, using WordPress, writing project proposals, and communicating projects funded by EU funds, as well as on media literacy as a mean to combat misinformation and manipulation. During her studies, she was a member of the Student Parliament, where she led the Department for Marketing and Communications. She participated in student charity actions to raise funds for a children’s home in Dubrovnik, as well as volunteer actions for beach cleaning, etc. She is a member of Eta Sigma Delta, an international honorary society with a branch in Croatia, where she was responsible for organizing various events. In addition to her native Albanian, she speaks fluent Montenegrin and English, and has knowledge of the German language.