The human resources of Sfera organization consists of staff and volunteers that help bring Sfera, as an NGO organization, to be more active in local and international projects. All people involved in the organization have the skills and expertise needed to be involved in future activities, youth work in the community. The organization consists of decision makers who focus on development, youth, local, national, and international initiatives. Below are some of the key members of the organization who focus on the organization engagement, programs, and development.
Milcho Duli is the President and one of the founders of the NGO Sfera. He has more than 9 years of experience in the youth work sector and has been working hands on with the youth organization since its beginning. He has a Master Degree in Economy; however, youth work, social development, and project management are his passion. He has been active in many local and international activities organized by Sfera Macedonia organization with big influence on the local and national level of dissemination, especially in the field of education focusing youngsters to development skills and competences. On an international level, he has participated in great number of Erasmus + projects (and Youth in Action projects) as participant and trainer in more than 15 Training courses in different countries in Europe. Milcho has a very wide experience especially in the areas of non-formal and informal education, leadership, democracy, human rights, entrepreneurship and employability as his primary learning. He brought the non-governmental organization to the next level of achievement in all sectors. Sfera was awarded in the year of 2015 as the Most active and popular NGO in Macedonia and Most Successful NGO in Macedonia thanks to all projects and great work done in year of 2013-2014.
NGO & Community Development
Immaculee Fabre is a Peace Corps volunteer focusing on the organization development, program development, capacity building and volunteers. She is in charge of local activities and initiatives, projects and grants proposals, as well as the organization’s visibility on all social platforms including the organization website, LinkedIn. She also focuses on the EVS volunteers, their professional development and their daily activities. Prior to SFERA, her NGO and youth work includes Community Outreach Development and Volunteer Engagement. She has organized volunteer service work for group of young people to participate in international volunteer work in Honduras, Dominican Republic, and across Europe. She has also participated, facilitated and co-trained multiple Erasmus+ projects with her colleagues. She is experienced in education, youth development, non-profit development, recruitment, and international service development and NGOs. She is an experienced youth activist with skills in leading direct reports and growth development as well as cross-functional teams. Her skills and expertise consist of leadership, non-profit organization, human resources, program developing, and client servicing with focus on organizational issues and global policy such as human rights, education, and environmental. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Sociology, and minors in Psychology, and Business Administration and Management.
Katerina Popovska is a project manager and the general secretary of Sfera Macedonia. She has been actively working with youth for about 2 years; however, she has been volunteering with SFERA organization for over 6 years. She has previous experience in working with local youth to promote and empower leadership, democracy and self-development. On international level, she has participated in over 20 youth exchanges and training courses, and has been a leader in over 10 youth exchanges. Throughout the years with the organization, she’s gained project management and leadership skills that makes her one of the most active youth workers in Sfera. Katerina holds a Bachelor in Financial Management, and is currently working on her Master’s thesis’s topic “Social responsibility of companies.”
Dragi Pavlovski, prior to his departure in July 2016, was the financial manager and project manager in Sfera Macedonia, and one of the most active youth workers in the organization with 6 years of voluntary activity in the NGO and 2 years of working experience. He has participated in over 15 youth exchanges and training courses. The experience that he has had during the last 2 years working with youth has made him a skilled project coordinator and facilitator. Dragi holds a Bachelor in Financial Management and a Master’s Degree Security and financial control.
Mende Sekulovski is the vice president ofSfera Macedonia and an active youth worker in the organization with 2 years of voluntary activity in the NGO and 1 year of working experience. He has participated in over 15 youth exchanges and training courses. He is always motivated to work with the youth and learn new non-formal methods and techniques for working with them. The experience that he has had during the last 2 years on working with youth projects has made him a skilled project coordinator. He holds a Bachelor Degree and a Master Degree in law.