She is the President of the Macedonian Chambers of Commerce, the union of national chambers of commerce, promoting economic cooperation on national and international level based on the principles of free trade and fair competition.
She is Consul of Hungary carrying out representative duties locally as well as providing a global support mission to Hungary’s diplomatic, cultural and economic action. On the national level, Arsovska is Representative in the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia National Council for European Integration since 2016. She is also Member of the Public Private Partnership Council in the Government of the Republic of Macedonia.
Arsovska obtained a bachelor’s degree in Law and has an Executive MBA, while her executive education is from the University of Oxford and University of Sheffield. She holds a range of academic and consulting positions on national and international level and lectures on development topics at universities and conferences.
Arsovska holds several high-level positions in international intergovernmental organizations and has a range of expert positions. She serves on the Panel at the World Bank ICSID in Washington, USA since 2016.
In 2017 she was appointed as Court Member at the OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration in Geneva, Switzerland and is also Court Member of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands. Arsovska is the Macedonian representative in the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), which is the institutional representative of more than 45 million companies in over 100 countries with a mission to make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere.
She is the elected General Council Member in the World Chambers Federation. As recognition of her work in 2018 the World Business Angels Investment Forum awarded Arsovska as “Best Business Woman Role Model of South East Europe”.
In 2019 at the 6th Entrepreneurs Summit of Central and Southeast Europe, Arsovska was awarded with the Recognition for her special contribution to the entrepreneurship development. In 2020 Arsovska was awarded with Certificate of Merit by Kunio Mikuriya, Secretary General of the World Customs Organization, as recognition for her contribution to customs development. The recognition was presented by the Director General of the national customs administration.
She believes “International economic cooperation should always be based on the principles of free trade and fair competition, working towards economic growth and prosperity.” A dear Soul Sister with energetic leadership and tireless endeavours to integrate women in the region global.