Efka Heder, Director of South East European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (SEECEL), has over twenty years of professional experience as an international education expert, in the field of lifelong entrepreneurial learning, educational reforms and development of educational policies, development of learning outcomes, national qualification framework and national curricula, training of teachers, and policy development for education with a special focus on knowledge management. Efka is an education policy analyst and advisor in development and reforms of the human capital dimension within the Small Business Act for Europe (SBA). Moreover, she is committed to promoting and building a highly active entrepreneurial and educational environment. Efka Heder holds a MA in Geography from the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the University of Zagreb in Croatia, M.Sc in Economics, Entrepreneurship and Education from Delaware University, USA and M.Sc in Economics. She is certified and accredited for international courses from the National Council on Economic Education Program from Economics America USA and is currently working as Director of the South East European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning - SEECEL.
SEECEL’s Mission is to work on systematic development of lifelong entrepreneurial learning as a key competence and on alignment of policies and practices with those of the European Union by strengthening the structured regional cooperation.
SEECEL’s Vision is aiming to strengthen entrepreneurship friendly environments and mind-set for building entrepreneurial literate societies that lead to sustainable economic growth and development.