Mjellma started at RIT Kosovo in 2010 as the Executive Assistant in the President's Office. In 2011, she assisted with the Summer Program in 'Peacebuilding Post Conflict Transformation and Development' and in 2012 she became a Manager of the program. She provides support to all incoming students, exchange students and students participating in the Summer Program about faculty, courses, trips, accommodation, and life in Pristina.
Mjellma completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pristina, Kosovo and her graduate degree at Staffordshire University, United Kingdom. She grew up in Pristina and Europe. She lived in Amsterdam, Holland for two years and moved to Antwerp, Belgium where she finished high school. Mjellma came back to Kosovo in 1999 to visit her family and decided to stay and help her country rebuild. She has three kids that she adores and loves traveling with her family.
Myles was born and raised in southern New Hampshire. He attended Syracuse University for both his undergraduate and graduate studies, where he graduated with a B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy and a minor in Educational Studies. Later he obtained a Master of Science in Higher Postsecondary Education and a Certificate in Data Science from Syracuse University. As an undergraduate, he spent a summer abroad in Madrid, Spain. He has spent time abroad during personal travel to countries such as Colombia, Argentina, Italy, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Myles has been with RIT since the summer of 2023 as Global Programs Manager. Before that, he worked for Syracuse University for five and a half years in a similar role as an International Programs Advisor. In his spare time, he has volunteered as a tutor with Syracuse RISE (Refugee & Immigrant Self-Empowerment). He also finds time to pursue his love for outdoor activities such as roller skating, camping and hiking.