Leonardo Đinić works with CHDR on logistics, fundraising and diaspora for summer schools and conferences.
He recently graduated from New York University with a master’s degree in international politics and business. Leo’s thesis on Hungarian populism was recognized as the most outstanding thesis in the program for the academic year.
In addition to his full-time position at a US IT firm, Leo is a reporter at ChinaUSFocus and a researcher for the Private Debt Project, an initiative to expand the study of rapidly growing global debt.
It also collaborates with various organizations to raise awareness of the European Rim region and its economic potential, focusing on the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean.