Amarildo Çeka holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with a concentration on human rights advocacy and an MBA with a Healthcare Administration concentration from Utica College in Utica NY. He possesses a Professional Certificate in Executive Leadership Cornell University and an Executive Leadership Certification from Harvard Kennedy School. Amarildo is the first Youth Ambassador ever to represent Albania at the United Nations. During the 2016 United Nations Economic and Social Council session. While in the United States, he has sat on the board of United Way of the Valley & Greater Utica Area serving as a Young Leader. After having lived and worked in the United States for eight years, he returned to his homeland to serve as an adviser to the Albanian minister of Health and Social Protection, part of LEAD Albania Fellowship. He has been engaged with GERMIN on a volunteer basis since June of 2020 and since November is the country coordinator for Albania, pushing forward the diaspora agenda.