Der Zerstörer und Chef Korrumpierer von Albanien: Michael Granoff, tobt nun in Tirana wieder herum

USAID tarnt die Betrugs Geschäfte, Weltweit und die CIA Operationen über diverse Fund, hier den Albanien-American Enterprise Fund, was immer Millionen schwerer Betrug ist, wie in der Ukraine ebenso. Jetzt will diee Betrugs Gestalt, auch noch Bildung bringen, was ebenso wie mit Georg Soros und der Deutschen DAAD, ein Betrugs Geschäft geworden ist.

Es gibt nur eine Kultur in den USA:

Amerikas fürchterliche Korruption – besonders in der Armee

Die Gestalten mit ihrem Reise Tourismus, wollen Bildung bringen.

Neue Studie: Das öffentliche US-Schulsystem versagt

Verbrecher Imperium korrupter Deutscher Politiker, u.a. mit den DAAD Programmen und Georgs Soros’s „Open Society“ und mit vielen NGO’s.
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Peinlichkeit der Deutschen Aussenpolitk, wo die Open Society, direkt durch ehemaligen Mitarbeiter, bestens bekannt ist für Betrug, Manipulationen.

Motor in Geldwäsche Geschäfte aus Drogen und Waffen, ebenso im Super US Betrugs System mit Grundstücken.

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Der Albanian American Enterprise Fund, verkaufte wie hier mit einem Foto aus 2001 bewiesen ist, iillegal Gewerbe Grundstücke direkt an der Autobahn Durres- Tirana! Der AAEF, ist natürlich auch Partner im Bestechungs Geschäft mit Fatos Nano am Flugplatz, der KfW und DEG, was eines der peinlichsten Deutschen Bestechungs Geschäfte war, wo Hochtief inzwischen Allés verkaufte, und es in 2004, nicht einmal ein Gesetz, für Lizensen gab: (erst ab 2006) aus Albania.de Der Albanian American Enterprise Fund, verkaufte wie hier mit einem Foto aus 2001 bewiesen ist, iillegal Gewerbe Grundstücke direkt an der Autobahn Durres- Tirana! Der AAEF, ist natürlich auch Partner im Bestechungs Geschäft mit Fatos Nano am Flugplatz, der KfW und DEG, was eines der peinlichsten Deutschen Bestechungs Geschäfte war, wo Hochtief inzwischen Allés verkaufte, und es in 2004, nicht einmal ein Gesetz, für Lizensen gab: (erst ab 2006) aus Albania.de

Gangster Treffen: Salih Berisha und Michael Granoff

Die Hinterlassenschaft der US – USAID – AAEF Banken Betrüger, beschäftigen die Gerichte

About

Engagement in the work of the central government agencies is at the heart of the LEAD Albania program. Fellows will spend a year as full-time, paid advisers or assistants to the top officials of the Prime Ministry, Ministries, the Office of the President, and the Municipality of Tirana. Fellows may also be required to work on issues outside of their area of expertise. Responsibilities can be wide ranging and will be defined in the job description developed by the AADF and each host institution prior to placement of the Fellow. Fellows may be required to undertake domestic and international travel as part of their assignment and for learning purposes.

The list of positions for Fellows may vary from year to year. The number of Fellows selected will also depend on the quality of applications. The year-long Fellowship begins in the fall of each year.

The LEAD Albania Program will pay each Fellow a salary and benefits based on the pay scale of the agency where they are placed. Fellows will not be permitted to have additional employment during their year of government service. In return for the privilege of participating in the Program, Fellows will be expected to apply what they have learned by contributing to the nation as leaders in their respective communities, professions, and in public service. Fellows will be expected to return to their former occupations or undertake new career paths with the attained experience in public policy. Participants will be better prepared to contribute to national affairs, thereby fulfilling the mission of the program.

Host Institutions

Prime Minister’s Office, Ministries, Office of the President and Tirana Municipality offer positions for the fellows. The Albanian-American Development Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with each of these institutions.

During the application process, Fellows are asked to choose the institution where they prefer to be placed. If selected as a finalist, the fellow will be recommended as an adviser to the top ranking official of the respective institution.

Current Class

The 2016 Class of LEAD Albania Fellows

Erion Fejzulla is currently pursuing a PhD at Europa Institute of Leiden University in Netherlands. He received a MA in Democracy and Human Rights in Southeast Europe from the Center for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies, University of Sarajevo. Earlier, he studied law at the Tirana University. He started his career in the Ministry of Integration as officer in the Internal Market Directorate. Erion has worked as legal expert in a several legal assistance projects funded by various agencies like the European Commission, World Bank, Council of Europe, OSCE etc. His work focused on drafting, reviewing and improvement of legislation, regulations and other legal acts. In the recent years, Erion has also worked as Executive Director of a LIST center (Legal Information and Study Team), a local non-profit organization. He is co-author of the “Law Drafting Manual: a guide to the legislative process in Albania”. Host institution: Prime Minister’s Office.

Dritan Palnikaj holds a law degree from University of Tirana and is currently pursuing a PhD at the same university, where his area of focus is European Union enlargement and issues of community law implementation. Dritan is an attorney at law and specializes in property rights. He has worked for a private law firm in Tirana. He built an important professional experience as inspector and legal representative of the Property Restitution and Compensation Agency in the Ministry of Justice. In the past two years he worked as freelance attorney. Dritan has participated in several scientific conferences and published several research papers in Albania. During his university studies he was Chairman of the Student Government, he represented students to the Faculty Council and University Senate. In his spare time Dritan has volunteered at Legal Civic Initiatives Center and Motiv Plus. Host Institution: Prime Minister’s Office.

Bruxhilda Kito is an engineer graduated from the Agriculture University of Tirana. She also earned a Post Master’s degree in International Relations from the Albanian University of Tirana. Bruxhilda has 10 years of experience in public administration. She has in the military for 5 years as an office administrator to the Chief of Commando Regiment, an elite unit of the Albanian Army. Bruxhilda’s experience continues with various positions like protocol specialist in the Ministry of Defense, expert in the NATO Registry Office, and protocol officer to the Chief of General Staff of the Albanian Army. During her service time in the Ministry of Defense, she specialized in security issues. Bruxhilda earned the “COSMIC” security certification for administration of NATO classified documents. In award of her outstanding performance, the General Staff of the Albanian Army has awarded Bruxhilda the “Special Services” medal. Host Institution: Ministry of Interior.

Klodiana Beshku holds PhD in geopolitics from University of Pisa (Italy). Her research focused on the role of the international community in the dissolution of former Yugoslavia and the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She received her BA in Political Science and International Relations from University of Siena and her MA in European Studies through a joint program of University of Siena and University Robert Schuman – Strasbourg III. Klodiana lectured for many years at the universities of Tirana and Durrës where she focused primarily on international organizations, geopolitics, political and social movements, regional security, etc. Recently, she chaired the Political Science Department of the Social Science Faculty at the University of Tirana. Since 2008 she is chief editor of “Politikja”, a journal published by the same department. She publishes regularly in scientific journals. She also writes editorials in local daily or periodical newspapers. She has volunteered for UNICEF during her studies in Siena. Host institution: Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Enton Duro holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Tirana. His research focused on economic growth models, particularly on the convergence and catch-up process of Western Balkan countries transition towards the European Union. He is author and co-author of many academic papers and references in national and international conferences. Enton has completed Master of Science in Economic European Studies through a joint program of the University of Tirana and University of Bamberg. From 2009, Enton is full-time lecturer at the University of Tirana, Faculty of Economics, mainly in the macroeconomics and economics of development, addressing topics such as as inequality, poverty and good-governance. Previously, he worked at the National Institute of Statistics and as a local expert in development projects. Enton is active in leading academic student activities, academic debates, etc. Host institution: Ministry of Finance.

Lumturi Hoxha is a chemical engineer. She is currently pursuing a PhD whereby her research work focuses on “Innovavive technologies for treatment of water contaminated in extracting and refining of the oil area in Albania”. She completed a Master of Science from the University of Genova (Italy) on “Innovative Membrane Technologies for Waste and Drinking Water Treatment”. She received another Master in Chemistry from the University of Tirana on “Treatment of Raw and Waste Materials”. Lumturi worked for years at ARMO as a Production Engineer and Project Manager. She worked for various Italian companies operating in areas of water and energy where she held technical and managerial positions. Lumturi volunteers for the Development and Solidarity Association which focuses on study and research of the heavily polluted area of Ballsh-Patos-Marinzë. She has participated in several scientific conferences and published research articles on water treatment issues. Host institution: Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.

Ekflodia Leskaj holds two university degrees from University of Paris II – Panthéon – Assas, one in European Law and one in Business Law. She received her LL.M in International and European Law from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Ekflodia has more than 8 years of professional experience, practicing law in the private sector in Albania. In her early career as assistant attorney in a law firm in Tirana, she participated in the process of drafting the legislation on the National Registration Center. Ekflodia has worked as Senior Associate at Drakopoulos Law Firm in Tirana and Senior Regulatory Lawyer for Vodafone Albania. In the recent years, she was an attorney at law and partner at Drakopoulos Law Firm specializing in corporate, commercial, EU and competition, data protection, labor and tax law. Being an authorized representative of the Albanian Patents and Trademarks Office and European Patents Office, she has a wide expertise in copyright and industrial property law. Ekflodia has also participated in several conferences and is the author of several legal articles and papers in the field of intellectual property and competition law. Host institution: Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism, Trade and Entrepreneurship.

Gerion Dhimo holds a Master degree in computer science from University of Tirana. He holds another Masters in information security management from Gjovik University College which is part of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. In his career in the IT sector, he brings a combination of experience in the private sector and government agencies where he held various technical and managerial positions. Gerion has developed his professional interest in designing and implementing technological solutions for improvement of management and performance of public sector in areas of health, education, justice, property registration, public administration. Gerion has worked as contractor in several development projects funded by various agencies like the European Commission, World Health Organization and UNDP. Host institution: State Minister of Innovation and Public Administration.

Jonila Gabrani holds a university degree in finance from University of Tirana, Faculty of Economy. She received her master of science from Our Lady of Good Counsel University in Tirana in “Leadership and organization of healthcare Institutions”. She worked in banking for several years before she started her career as lecturer at the Public Health Faculty of the Medical University of Tirana. Her primary interests for study and research include health management and human resources management. Jonila volunteers for the National Association of Public Health in numerous awareness and promotional campaigns in rural and remote areas. In 2006, during her studies at University of Tirana, she was member of the University Team in the SIFE competition (Students in Free Enterprise). Jonila is actively involved in health issues at EHMA (European Health Management Association) and COST events (Cooperation in Science and Technology). Her current research engagement is connected with Berkeley University of California where she is co-authoring a book on Mental Health Systems in South East Europe. Jonila counts several publications in peer-review journals related to her research projects. Host institution: Ministry of Health.

Marsida Duli is nephrologist in her profession. She is currently completing a PhD at the Medical University of Tirana. Marsida received her master of science in health services management from University of Siena in Italy. For more than six years she lectured health organization at public and private universities. Her areas of expertise include health organization, health management and nephrology services. During her studies, Marsida was student representative for Medical Faculty in the student government. She has volunteered for humanitarian organizations like Red Cross and Malteser Albania. Marsida has published regularly in national and international scientific journals on topics like health policies, Albanian health system and health services management. Host institution: Ministry of Health.

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LEAD Albania 2016 meets with Minister of Justice Ylli Manjani

LEAD Albania 2016 meets with Minister of Justice Ylli ManjaniLEAD Albania Class 2016 met with Minister of Justice, Ylli Manjani and his cabinet. The meeting was moderated by Mr. Bledar Dervishaj, Advisor to the Minister, a LEAD Albania 2014 Fellow. The agenda focused on justice reform, current developments in Albania, and issues of governance and leadership from the perspective and experience of Minister Manjani.

 

  • 04.16.2015

    LEAD Albania Roundtable with Prime Minister Edi Rama and AADF Chairman Michael Granoff

    LEAD Albania Roundtable with Prime Minister Edi Rama and AADF Chairman Michael GranoffThe LEAD Albania Fellows Class of 2015 & Alumni from Class of 2014 had a roundtable discussion with Prime Minister, Edi Rama and AADF Chairman, Michael Granoff. The meeting provided the Prime Minister with a deeper insight into the LEAD Albania Program and introduced him to each of the Fellows and Alumni. The meeting was followed by a question and answer session where LEAD fellows showed special interest in issues such as public administration reform, justice reform, participation and engagement of women in government and in key positions in public institutions, inclusion and employment of youth in public administration, as well as the views of Prime Minister Rama and Mr. Granoff on the main skills and characteristics of successful leaders.

    June 3, 2008 — Soros’ destabilization of the Balkans: Creating a haven for drug trafficking
    publication date: Jun 3, 2008
    Soros’ political and economic interference results in growth of organized crime in Europe http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/articles/20080603

    us demokratie

    Wenn man schon vor 20 Jahren wusste, das Infrastruktur, Privatisierungs Projekte nur die Adminstration korrumpieren, hätte man es verhindern müssen, das es so im Balkan auch in Griechenland weiter geht. Das EU Desaster in allen Bereichen wird in die Geschichts Bücher eingehen, wie man so dumm, inkompetend  und korrupt sein kann.

  • Ein Gedanke zu „Der Zerstörer und Chef Korrumpierer von Albanien: Michael Granoff, tobt nun in Tirana wieder herum“

    1. Alte Verbrecher, welche Drogen Handel, Geldwäsche und Grundstücks Betrug als System promoteten und Weltweit über identisch mit einem US Banken Betrugs Manager heute, nachdem AAEF Betrugs Desaster für Kriminelle

      American-Albanian Development Foundation

       

      • Michael D. Granoff, Chairman of the Board of Trustees

        Michael D. Granoff, Chairman of the Board of TrusteesMr. Granoff is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pomona Capital, an international private equity investment company with approximately $8.5 billion under management. Prior to his business career, Mr. Granoff served on the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations. He was a member of the 1992 Presidential Transition Team of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Mr. Granoff was appointed by President Clinton to the Board of the Albanian-American Enterprise Fund, a U.S. government-sponsored private sector development initiative, where he serves as Chairman. He is a recipient of the Order of Skanderbeg Medal and the Order of Mother Teresa Medal from the President of Albania. Mr. Granoff is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations where he serves on the Finance Committee, a director of the Grameen Bank US and a Trustee of the Hanadiv Rothschild Foundation. Mr. Granoff received a JD from Georgetown University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.

         

      • Domenick G. Scaglione, Chairman Emeritus

        Domenick G. Scaglione, Chairman EmeritusMr. Scaglione is a former Vice President of the International Department of Chase Manhattan Bank responsible for its Western European Institutional business. He founded Intercontinental Associates, Inc., from which he is retired. Mr. Scaglione was appointed as Chairman of the Board by President Bill Clinton to the Board of the Albanian-American Enterprise Fund. He is also the founder of the Albanian Children Fund in New York and the Albanian Children Foundation in Albania. He has been awarded with the “Order of Mother Teresa Medal” by President Rexhep Meidani in 2000 and the “Order of Skanderbeg Medal” by President Bujar Nishani in 2013.

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