Amel Osmanovic is I4DI’s Full Stack Web Developer. He is responsible for the full software development life cycle; from conception to deployment. Mr. Osmanovic brings to I4DI extensive experience in working with over 100 diverse clients on front-end website architecture, back-end applications, databases, and overall website management and maintenance. Amel’s experience in working with development projects and organizations such as OSCE, UNDP, and Helsinki Committee for Human Rights, enhances I4DI’s technology team’s ability to ideate and build innovative solutions for the intersection of development and technology fields. When not developing digital solutions, Amel spends his time volunteering in the local community and working with cross-sectoral youth teams on problem-solving issues affecting their community with application of digital solutions.

Sarah Dawn Petrin is I4DI’s Conflict & Displacement Consultant. Ms. Petrin has over 20 years of experience in the humanitarian sector, leading teams in complex emergencies and advising governments, United Nations agencies, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Michael Buret is I4DI’s Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa, focusing primarily on business development, entrepreneurship, vocational training, youth, gender, economic growth, finance, and administration, and implementation of a wide range of development projects, always with a results-oriented project management style.
Sandra Moscoso is I4DI’s Senior Performance & Knowledge Management Advisor. Sandra provides strategic advice to clients and partners in evidence-based performance management, knowledge management optimization, business process management, as well as capacity building and implementation support. She brings almost 20 years of experience in