Floreta Faber became ambassador of Albania to the United States on May 18, 2015. Ambassador Faber previously served as the executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Albania since its opening in 2000, working closely with the business community and representatives of the Albanian and American governments, international organizations and the European Union. From 1995 to 2000, she worked with Deloitte & Touche in Tirana, including a secondment program with Deloitte & Touche in Prague. From 1990 to 1993, Ambassador Faber was in Shkoder, Albania, working at a local chamber of commerce, a regional business agency and a public import-export company that gave her expertise working with the Albanian government and emerging business environments. Born in Shkoder on March 19, 1968, Ambassador Faber is a graduate of the Faculty of Economics at Tirana University. From 1993 to 1995, she studied the two-year master’s of science program for international marketing and strategy at the Norwegian School of Management in Oslo, including a period as an exchange student at Washington State University in the U.S. She earned her master’s in marketing and operational management from Marin Barleti University in Albania. She has also participated in several executive programs and trainings, such as International Visitor Leadership Program of the State Department and Harvard University. Ambassador Faber is married to Dr. Edmond Faber, a vascular surgeon, and they have a daughter Kesli (born in 2000) and a son Klint (born in 2003).
Eni Jucja assumed the position of second secretary on July 6, having previously served at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2008, as well as in the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Culture.