Maša Đikanović

I hold a B.A. in Cognitive & Linguistic Sciences and Spanish from Wellesley College, and have spent a semester in Argentina drinking mate and writing essays on human rights. Before moving to Boston, I was at Li Po Chun United World College in Hong Kong, where I attempted to complete my IB degree (was successful) and become fluent in Mandarin Chinese (was not as successful).

As of September 2014, I am a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy candidate at The Fletcher School. Prior to enrolling at Fletcher, I worked for the .ME Registry, operator of Montenegro's national Internet extension, and the Montenegrin Ministry of Sustainable Development. I am also a co-founder and former president of NGO Digitalizuj.me, an organization that aims to provide a platform for driving social change through the use of technology.

Favorite things include traveling, chocolate, languages, politics, witty conversations, Jon Stewart and xkcd. I'm fluent in Serbian, English and Spanish, and impressive for about two minutes in Italian, Russian, Arabic, and French.