Mr. Boban Stojanoski is a policy maker in the Ministry of Finance in North Macedonia. He is responsible for creating policies in the financial system area, including drafting legislation to regulate the country’s accounting, auditing, and payment services and systems. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Banking Management from FON University and a Master’s degree in Accounting and Auditing from Sts. Cyril and Methodius University, both in Skopje. As a Humphrey Fellow, Mr. Stojanoski’s goal is to gain more knowledge in the field of public policy analysis, including methodologies and models to formulate and implement innovative policies that effectively address the most challenging issues in society. In addition to his work with the Ministry of Finance, Mr. Stojanoski founded a non- governmental organization whose mission is to increase socio-economic and social development by improving the quality of human capital, with emphasis on financial literacy and the inclusion of young people. He plans to use the knowledge and network gained during his Fellowship to build upon his current work in Skopje and make a greater impact in his chosen field.