Jovana Bulatovic is I4DI’s Evaluation and Research Associate.  She has a strong background in public administration reform, notably in policy coordination, citizens’ participation in decision making, and strategic planning. Currently, she is also a Humphrey Fellow at Maxwell School of Syracuse University.

Prior to joining I4DI, Ms. Bulatovic worked on strengthening and implementing the legal framework for the improvement of strategic planning in Montenegro; with a specific focus on improving the quality of monitoring, reporting, evaluation of strategic documents, and evidence-based decision making. Her particular interest in gender mainstreaming has contributed to the promotion of this concept within the public administration of Montenegro.

Having worked in civil society sector as a policy researcher, Ms. Bulatovic has liaised with various local and regional (Western Balkans) non-governmental organizations and networks dealing with a variety of issues such as social protection, human rights, good governance.

She holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and European Studies from Science Po Lille and University of Szeged (double degree program), and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Montenegro.

Franz Valli is I4DIs Humanitarian Assistance and Development Advisor. Mr. Valli is the President of the World Solidarity Alliance – Franco Betolli, a humanitarian organization based in Italy and is also the ex-President of Emmaus France. Mr. Valli has over 30 years of leadership
Jovana Bulatovic is I4DI’s Evaluation and Research Associate.  She has a strong background in public administration reform, notably in policy coordination, citizens' participation in decision making, and strategic planning. Currently, she is also a Humphrey Fellow at Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Prior to joining I4DI, Ms. Bulatovic worked
Jdhymi Dulaurier is the Associate Director of Program Management at the Institute for Development Impact (I4DI), where he leverages nearly 15 years of rich experience in international development to guide and enhance the organization's programmatic strategies. Before joining I4DI, Jdhymi was integral to USAID/Haiti's