Ardiana Bunjaku has led SCAAK since its establishment and has applied a new concept of accounting, auditing, and education in the private and public sector, making SCAAK a center of professional excellency for accountants, auditors, National Audit Office auditors, insolvency specialists, internal auditors and financial forensics experts. She has placed Kosovo amongst the global professional developments, making SCAAK a member in the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC), European Federation of Accountants and Auditors (EFAA), and the Federation of Mediterranean Accountants. Always committed to the public interest, she has served two terms as member and now technical adviser in the Commission of Developing the Professional Organizations of FNK, where she is part of working groups in the program of cooperating with global donors‐MOSAIC, the mentoring program and the program of developing guidelines for governance.
She is a member of the Executive Board of the Federation of Mediterranean Accountants, Board member of NLB Bank in Kosovo, member of Advisory Committee for Budget and Finance in the Rectorate of the University of Prishtina, and for many years she has been part of the regional program for reforms in financial report, auditing, and education for accounting and auditing – EU REPARIS, of the World Bank. Part of the Kosovo Women’s Chamber of Commerce, she is member of the National Economic Development Council in the office of Kosovo’s Prime Minister.
In her career, Ardiana Bunjaku has been member of many Kosovar institutions’ committees which supervise key sectors relevant in Kosovo’s economic development, including the Committee for Kosovo’s Strategic Development, the working group of the National Qualifications Framework and the Advisory Committee of Tax Administration’s Authority. She was initiator and also part of the accounting and auditing program foundation in the University of Prishtina, and was member of the quality assurance committee in the Kosovar Board for Standards and Financial Reporting with the Ministry of Finance and Economy, and for two terms she was member of the AmCham Kosovo’s Board, and in the American University as well. Ardiana Bunjaku was part of many other philanthropic initiatives as the President of the Board in the humanitarian organization “Nëna dhe Fëmija”.