Sebi studied philosophy in Macedonia and in 2010, thanks to her involvement in various human rights activities, the Roma Education Fund and USAID awarded her the prize of The Best Student. After graduating from RAP, Roma Graduate Preparation Program in 2013, Sebi went to the University of Granada and did research on the Romani women in Spain who came from Eastern Europe. The SRT-supported internship contributed ”to develop my research skills as a bridge between my future career and interest on Roma women at the academic level”.
Sebi went further on for an MA in Gender Studies at the Central European University and has continued to analyze policies of women in Macedonia through the ROMALITICO blog that she founded together with other Roma fellow students from the Balkans.
Currently Sebi is working for RAP, as an assistant for the Roma Graduate Preparation Program.