Zorica Maric-Djordjevic "was until recently based in Washington, DC as Head of the Republic of Montenegro's Trade Mission to the United States. In her nine years at the Mission, Ms. Maric-Djordjevic oversaw the negotiation of political, economic, defense, trade, and foreign assistance agreements between the United States and Montenegro.
"As her country's diplomatic liaison to Washington, Ms. Maric-Djordjevic coordinated lobbying efforts for the U.S. government's recognition of Montenegrin independence in June 2006. Prior to this post, she was Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs. She also previously held high level positions in the Offices of the Montenegro's President and Prime Minister, and co-led numerous reforms and diplomatic initiatives.
"She began her public service career at the Montenegrin Central Bank. Ms. Maric-Djordjevic has authored many articles on international finance and international political economy. She holds and MS in Economics/MBA from the European Institute in Amsterdam and a BA in Economics from the University of Podgorica.
"Ms Maric-Djordjevic has been stationed in Sierra Leone - Freetown and Bo - since April 2007 as a member of international delegation, composed of experienced political and civic leadres, conducting observation of the first democratic elections in this country, under umbrela of NDI/DIFID." 
- Advisory Board, Public International Law and Policy Group
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