Mr. Daniel Enos
Acting Program Coordinator
Office: 4910 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 16/Room 126
Daniel Enos is the acting Program Coordinator for the Humphrey Fellowship Program and the International Visiting Scholars Program. He is enrolled in American University’s School of Public Affairs and is working towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Society. In addition to his education within the realm of law, Enos has professional experience in the legal fields of domestic violence and sexual assault prevention. He plans to use his professional knowledge to help in his future academic endeavors with the Peace Corps Master’s International Program. This program allows him to earn a Master’s Degree in Conflict Resolution while also ascertaining field experience through the Peace Corps assignment. When Enos completes this program, he hopes to attend law school and eventually work within international law; more specifically, human trafficking policy.
Ms. Melanija Radnovic
Assitant Director, International Career Programs
Office: American University Washington College of Law Room 122
Melanija Radnovic is the Assistant Director for International Career Programs in the Office of Career & Professional Development. She specializes in advising foreign ILSP students and alumni on issues unique to foreign lawyers entering the job market in the United States. Through workshops and individual sessions, Melanija counsels foreign lawyers in all areas of career development, including developing strategies to secure jobs and internships in the United States during and after their Optional Practical Training (OPT). Melanija is also an Adjunct Professor and teaches the International Visiting Scholars Seminar at WCL.
Melanija joined WCL in 2009 and until 2013 was the International Programs Coordinator, and managed the Humphrey Fellowship Program and the International Visiting Scholars Program. Melanija received her JD degree from the University of Novi Sad Law School, in Serbia, and is admitted to the Serbian BAR. She is an alumna of WCL, where she obtained LL.M. degree in International Legal Studies with two specializations: International Business Law and International Environmental Law. She worked as a judge for the Municipal family law court, and as an independent attorney, she practiced in the areas of business, trade, contract, labor, real estate, family and property law. Melanija cooperated on a number of legal research projects related to international environmental law issues, and issues of foreign investment and trade in developing countries, with the CIEL and several other NGOs in the DC area. Melanija has also obtained certificates from the Intercultural Management Institute at AU in: Intercultural Leadership Competence, International Student Advising, Intercultural Training and Facilitation, as well as Mediating in a Multicultural Context. She speaks Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, basic German and is presently taking classes in Spanish.