Senior Adviser at DCAF
Milan Sekuloski has over 15 years’ experience in project management, research and advisory on issues related to good governance in the security sector in the Western Balkans region, with particular focus on cybersecurity and strategic management capacity building.
Milan managed capacity building support programmes, worked on various strategic assessments and contributed to several national strategy drafting and review processes. Since 2011, Mr. Sekuloski serves as National Project Manager/Senior Adviser at The Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF). Since July 2018, he is working on the implementation of a UK FCO funded project ‘Enhancing Cybersecurity Governance in the Western Balkans’.
Prior to his engagement with DCAF, Milan has worked within the Armed Forces (Navy), Parliament, and with national and international governmental and non-governmental stakeholders (most notably the OSCE, International Security Information Service Europe, Swedish National Police and DCAF).
Milan holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Leeds, UK (Chevening Scholar 2005/2006), coupled with the university degree from the Military Academy of Serbia and Montenegro (2003).