Jasmina Josić is an educational researcher with 15 years of research and evaluation experience focusing on the social context of education, international development policy and practice, gender issues in education and workplace, youth identity and citizenship, and educational technology. She has worked with programs or conducted studies in K–12, higher education, and nonformal education programs in the United States and internationally.

Josić serves in EDC’s International Development Division (IDD) and supports monitoring, evaluation, and research activities on multiple projects, as well as equity and gender initiatives.

Josić holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota, specializing in Comparative and International Development Education, as well as an MBA and a BA in International Business from Ramapo College of New Jersey.