Romina Damini is an MIP fellow, currently pursuing a Master in International Development Policy at Duke University, NC.
She has attained a MSc Degree in Civil Law and has been awarded a Scholarship of Excellence and Merits from Konrad Adenauer Foundation. She started her career as part of University “Aleksandër Moisiu” in lecturing Environmental Law and Transport Law for two years. Later on, she joined Faculty of Law, University of Tirana, contributing to Civil Law Department as a lecturer of Obligation and Contract Law. She has most recently worked as a legal specialist for the Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy and has been involved in a Project of Deloitte and U.S. Department of State in Technical Assistance on Albania Hydrocarbons Sector Oversight and Tenders. Also, she was key expert in CEFTA project “Report on Legislation and policy Measures in the sector of E-commerce in CEFTA Region”, the overall objective of which is to facilitate the process of launching a regulatory dialogue for further developing e-commerce in the CEFTA region in compliance with the EU legislation.
In addition, she is very motivated in consumer protection in Albania and has served as consultant in several projects, mostly organized by GIZ. Ms. Damini has attended many conferences, workshops and trainings, mostly abroad, and she is author of several scientific papers in international journals. She is a motivated and driven young professional committed to advance her expertise in the field of energy and PSC Contract and contribute to Albania’s development.