Ms. Tihana Bartulac-Blanc "has worked as an election-planning and management consultant in a wide range of war-torn and post-conflict societies throughout the world, including Africa, the Balkans, the Caucasus, South Asia, and the Middle East. As deputy chief of party programs and deputy director of out-of-country voting at IFES’s Center for Transitional and Post-Conflict Governance, she advised the Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq in the run-up to the country’s first post-war elections in 2004–2006, managing IFES’s work on all election-related issues, including voter education and registration, candidate registration, and general operations. She has extensive prior experience working with the OSCE’s election missions in Kosovo, Croatia, and Georgia, where she has provided training and technical assistance, managed voting operations, and facilitated voter registration for refugees and other displaced persons. Using the countries of the former Yugoslavia as case studies, Ms. Bartulac-Blanc devoted her fellowship to studying how ethnic minorities are protected in electoral processes." 
- 2007–2008 Visiting Fellows, NED Past Fellows
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