Dr Milica Begovic Radojevic is a team leader for Economy and Environment in the UNDP Montenegro office since 2007. Her work focuses on assisting Montenegro in transitioning toward low emissions market economy (with programs in energy efficiency and renewable energy) and increasing resilience of ecosystems, economies and communities in face of various risks (with programs in disaster risk reduction, private sector development, and protected area management).
Since September 2012, dr Begovic Radojevic is a part of the regional Knowledge and Innovation practice that covers the Europe and CIS countries. As a knowledge and innovation specialist on a part-time basis, she is managing a project on clean energy crowdsourcing challenge (and analyzing possibilities for establishing innovation challenges as a standard business process for UNDP), conducting social media for conflict prevention prototypes with Harvard Medical Centre and Recorded Future (and planning for scale up if prototypes are successful), following up on a recent event on applying complexity theory to development with individual initiatives from the country offices and various Bureaus, and establishing a formal knowledge and innovation development service line within UNDP Montenegro.
Dr Begovic Radojevic holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications and ICT (with specialization in public relations), master’s and doctorate in Political Science (with specialization in international relations and conflict prevention). She was a teaching assistant at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa and has authored a number of academic articles in the peer-reviewed journalist in the area of conflict prevention and resolution.
For more information on her ongoing work, you may look at her blogs on the Voices of Euroasia regional site, follow her on Twitter and LinkedIn, or email her.