Ginka Kapitanova

Chief of Party, USAID North Macedonia Strengthening Resource Mobilization Activity (SRMA), Cardno


Ginka Kapitanova is the Chief of Party for the USAID North Macedonia Strengthening Resource Mobilization Activity (SRMA), implemented by Cardno. She has over 30 years of professional experience in local government issues and good governance, including five years’ experience as a local elected official. In Kosovo, Ms. Kapitanova developed a comprehensive program for partner municipalities to increase revenue collection, resulting in a 15% average increase per year.  A firm advocate for decentralization and effective local governance and equitable service delivery, working with relevant stakeholders in Bulgaria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Moldova, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. Mrs. Kapitanova has a Master’s degree in International Economic Relations from University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria and has attended Leadership programs at John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, University of Virginia, USA, and Harvard’s John Kennedy School of Government, Athens, Greece.