|Organisation||Minister of European Integration, Albania|
|Session||Panel Discussion - Public Administration Reform as key for the EU enlargement process|
|Presentation Title||Panel Discussion|
Mrs. Klajda Gjosha was born in Tirana, the capital of Albania, on 28 July 1983. She is married and has a son.
Mrs. Gjosha attained a Master’s degree in European Studies, University of Reading, UK (2006).
She graduated from the University of Reading, UK, Politics and International Relations major (2005).
Mrs. Gjosha completed A-level Strode College, UK (2002).
Mrs. Gjosha served as Deputy Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2012-2013). From 2012 to June 2016, she was deputy Leader of the Socialist Movement for Integration Party (SMI). She is Chairwoman of SMI Women’s Forum, and member of the SMI steering board.
Mrs. Gjosha held many executive positions in other institutions, such as Tirana Municipality, Tirana Regional Employment Directorate and National Tourism Agency.
Further, Mrs. Klajda Gjosha completed training courses and internships, inter alia, at: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), European Parliament, Doris Pack office in Brussels.
Mrs. Gjosha is proficient in English and has good command of Italian.