Hakile Resulbegoviq graduated from the Faculty of Applied Sciences, majoring in Psychology at the University of Donja Gorica. She obtained her master’s degree in the field of European Official Statistics, coordinated by EUROSTAT, with a thesis titled “Spatial Statistics and the Application of the Global Positioning System in Field Survey Research.”
In 2018, she was engaged as a field supervisor for one of the largest surveys examining the position of children and women in Montenegro, conducted by the Statistical Office of Montenegro (MONSTAT) and UNICEF. Since 2020, she has been working at the Faculty of Applied Sciences in the study program of Applied Psychology as a teaching associate and in administrative tasks. Her areas of interest include psychology, statistics, and principles of psychological testing.
In addition to her university engagement, she has been involved in various capacities, such as:
- Associate at the “Damar” Public Opinion Research Agency;
- Three consecutive years as a controller for the SILC income and living conditions survey conducted by MONSTAT;
- Main coordinator for a project funded by the “Fund for the Protection and Realization of Minority Rights”;
- Coordinator for a project funded by the Ministry of Capital Investments;
- Researcher and statistician for numerous surveys conducted by NGOs in Montenegro;
- Researcher on European projects conducted at the University of Donja Gorica, such as Dignest, EuroCC, etc.
Beyond her engagement in Montenegro, Hakile has worked as a statistician and research methods and data analysis trainer for the international organization “World Vision.”
During her studies, she attended various courses closely related to her field, including inferential statistics and data analysis using the SPSS statistical program, as well as data analysis using the R programming language. She is currently attending and competing in the Eurostat Coding Lab with colleagues from the Italian National Institute of Statistics.
She received the first prize on the occasion of the Day of Research for her work on the topic: “Satellite Data of Night Lights as a Measure of Economic Activity in Montenegro by Municipalities.”