Tag: D.C.

UMD Welcomes Two New Spring 2018 Interns

UMD Welcomes Two New Spring 2018 Interns

Meet UMD’s two new International Policy and Diplomacy Fellows Angelina Maleska and Michael Turk who started at the UMD office in Washington, D.C. today! They will be joined next Monday by three more students, which will be interning with UMD through mid-May. Angelina Maleska is an undergraduate student at Georgetown University pursuing a double major in International Relations and Economics.…

Washington D.C.’s New Faces of Real Estate

Washington D.C.’s New Faces of Real Estate

Throughout 2014, UMD will feature rising stars in the global Macedonian community and conduct interviews with them as part of a Macedonian professionals series to be published on our website, as well as in future issues of UMD Voice magazine. The first in the series of interviews is with Blaze Dimov and Bojan Peovski. We hope you enjoy the interview…

Meet the United Macedonian Diaspora’s 2013 Summer Fellows

Meet the United Macedonian Diaspora’s 2013 Summer Fellows

The United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD) is pleased to introduce our current International Policy and Diplomacy Fellows working from the UMD office in Washington, D.C. this summer: Harrison B. Hull and Brenna Sovine. The UMD Fellowship Program is designed for undergraduate and graduate students interested in current affairs regarding Macedonia and Southeast Europe. The Fellowship/Internship Program serves as an effective means…

Meet UMD’s 2012 Fall Fellows

Meet UMD’s 2012 Fall Fellows

The United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD) is pleased to introduce our current International Policy and Diplomacy Fellows working from the UMD office in Washington, D.C. this fall: Ana Donevska David, Milena Furnadziska, Tamar Gzirishvili, and Zlata Unerkova.  Rebecca Sherriffs is our Media/Public Relations Intern based out of Perth, Australia.  Our Social Media Coordinator Milka Trajkova, who interned for UMD this past…

UMD Commemorated Ilinden with a Panel Discussion and a Reception in Washington, D.C.

The United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD) commemorated the 109th Anniversary of the Ilinden Uprising by organizing a panel discussion on Macedonia’s future entitled “Macedonia’s Euro-Atlantic Prospects from Journalists’ Points of View” followed by a reception featuring Macedonian specialties and wine.  The panel consisted of three renowned Macedonian journalists, Vedran Andonovski, Cvetin Chilimanov, and Irina Gelevska.  The first panelist Vedran Andonovski currently…