Ordan Andreevski is a director of United Macedonian Diaspora (Australia) and the Director of Marketing and Customer Solutions with All Clear International. For the last 20 years, he has worked at some of Australia’s leading universities and research centers. He has advised large and complex organisations on strategies for internationalization, collaborative research, stakeholder relations, sustainability and rapid commercialization of intellectual property.
He is one of most effective and respected community activists in the Australian Macedonian community. Andreevski has a track record in government relations and advocacy using evidence based arguments to prepare foreign policy briefs and submissions to the Australian Parliament on ways to improve the effectiveness of the Australian Aid Program, Multiculturalism and Social Inclusion and how to achieve innovation and impact from Australia’s Diplomatic Representation.
He is the co-author of the Australian Research Council Linkage project on ‘Diasporas in Australia: Current and Potential Links with the Homeland’ and the report on ‘The Macedonian Diaspora in Australia: Current and Potential Links with the Homeland’. These reports were officially launched at Parliament House in Canberra on 15 August 2012 by the Employment and Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten MP and by the Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs and Pacific Island Affairs Mr. Richard Marles MP. Andreevski has written over a dozen opinion pieces in On Line Opinion: Australia’s e-journal of social and political debate on contemporary challenges and opportunities for Australian foreign policy on Macedonia, NATO, citizen diplomacy and Australia’s bid for a UN Security Council seat in 2012. He has organized high impact events at Parliament House in Canberra as well as the Parliament of Victoria devoted to advancing Australia Macedonia relations. He works strategically and in partnership with key stakeholders to elevate the status and influence of the Macedonian diaspora and to nurture closer relations between Australia and Macedonia.