Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office on Youth and Security
Keisi Seferi has been the Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office on Youth and Security since June 2020. She graduated in Public Health from the University of Tirana in 2017 with excellent academic standing. During her studies, Ms. Seferi was a member of the Student Senate and later, President of the Student Senate promoting youth leadership and civic activism. She holds a master’s degree in Health Management from the same University. She has also attended various training courses on the role of young women and gender equality; children rights; leadership and youth employment challenges; community service of young people, including at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Since 2013, Ms. Seferi has served the Albanian Prime Minister’s Office. She has been engaged in the consultative process of drafting the Albanian National Plan on Youth 2013-2020.
As a member of the Albanian Delegation to the 70th Session of UNGA, Ms. Seferi attended the high-level event “Innovative Solutions: Youth Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development”. She was also part of the team of experts who drafted the Reopening Phases Strategy after the recent Lockdown in Albania.