Drenusha graduated from the University of Prishtina with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2019. Following her studies, she worked as a youth mentor in the “What after graduation?” program for the non-governmental organization ETEA, as well as a researcher and author of the study “The effect of reading on the psychological well-being and emotional intelligence of children in Kosovo.”
Drenusha recently completed her Master’s degree in School and Counseling Psychology at the University of Pécs in Hungary, where she was a recipient of the “Stipendium Hungaricum” scholarship.
Drenusha enjoys a variety of activities, including reading, hiking, and traveling. She is open to challenging narratives, so meeting different cultures is an opportunity for individual and social development, removing prejudices or stereotypes we may have towards others while also contributing to the development of intercultural communication skills.
Drenusha is engaged in GERMIN as a research assistant in the research “Economic and Investment Potential of the Kosovar Diaspora” within the MARDI project financed by CARITAS Switzerland in Kosovo.