Slobodan Milic is NDI's Resident Director in Morocco, where he oversees programs to enhance youth engagement in public life, strengthen the political participation of women and build the capacity of civil society to monitor political processes. Previously, he served as a Program Director at NDI Jordan where he ran the "Ana Usharek" youth program that worked with 27,000 university students and 10,000 high school students to promote social and political activism while equipping youth groups with skills to run social initiatives and advocate for solutions to specific youth issues.
Prior to coming to Jordan, Slobodan spent four years (2008-2012) at NDI's Gulf office in Dubai, working on programs for political parties and civil society groups in Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Iran and Saudi Arabia. He came to Dubai after spending three years (2004-2007) in Iraq working as a political party trainer and the manager of NDI's satellite office in Basra. Previously, he worked as a political party trainer in Serbia (1999-2004). As NDI's trainer and training consultant, Slobodan traveled to Armenia, Belarus, Poland, Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia.
Before joining NDI Slobodan was a youth political leader and a member of the Executive Board of a party called Civic Alliance of Serbia, where he managed internal party communication. Slobodan earned his Masters degree in Development Studies from SOAS, University of London.