Naida Čaršimamović Vukotić

Naida Čaršimamović Vukotić is a macro-fiscal and monitoring and evaluation expert.

She has nearly fifteen years of experience in research, empirical analyses, capacity building, and policy advice in BiH, Western Balkans, and Europe and Central Asia region. Her extensive experience includes both working directly with government officials on reforms and strategic planning, as well as working on independent projects and research financed by the World Bank, the Office of the United Kingdom Government for International Development (DFID), the European Commission, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD ), The Office of the European Union Special Representative in BiH (EUSR), and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

This includes over eight years of experience as an International Consultant for Budget within a public finance management program of the World Bank for Ministries of Finance of over twenty countries in Europe and Central Asia, as well as four years of providing technical assistance in budget planning to the Ministry of Finance and Treasury of BiH. Naida also has extensive knowledge and international experience in monitoring and evaluation at all stages, including strategic planning, design, performance monitoring, impact evaluation and performance evaluation. Moreover, she has experience in project management at the highest level, including as Chief of Party of USAID's Monitoring and Evaluation Support Activity in BiH.

Naida also worked as a Macroeconomic Expert on the international project of the European Commission "Horizontal support of the EU in coordination with international financial institutions in the Western Balkans"; as a Public Finance Expert on the World Bank’s Project on Municipal Financial Affairs in Southeastern Europe; and as part of the World Bank team that prepared the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability assessment (PEFA) for BiH.

She holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and political science, as well as a master’s degree in finance and economics from the US and is currently working towards a PhD degree in economics.

Emina Kadric