Senior Staff

Senior Staff

Mrs. Steliana Nedera, UNDP Resident Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina

UNDP BiH Resident Representative

Mrs. Steliana Nedera assumed her duties as UNDP Resident Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina in May 2019.

Prior to this, Mrs. Nedera undertook three separate assignments as UNDP Deputy Resident Representative in Serbia (2014-2019), in Kosovo* (2011-2014) and in Kazakhstan (2007-2011). She joined UNDP in 2004, as Assistant Resident Representative with the UNDP office in Moldova. Mrs. Nedera’s experience prior to joining UNDP was with DFID as Head of the DFID office in Moldova (2000-2004) and with private foundations on the development of civil society and the media (1996-1999).

Mrs. Nedera holds a Master's in Development Management, currently studying towards a second Master’s in Global Diplomacy and has a Bachelor in Law.

*All references to Kosovo should be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 (1999)

Mr. Stephen Kinloch Pichat, UNDP Deputy Resident Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina

UNDP BiH Deputy Resident Representative

Mr. Stephen Kinloch Pichat assumed his duties in BiH in October 2021.

Stephen Kinloch Pichat, a French and British national, joined UNDP through its Leadership Development Programme in 2001. Over the last 20 years, previously to joining the UNDP BiH team, he assumed managerial and leadership functions with UNDP in Angola, Afghanistan, Darfur, Somaliland, Yemen, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and Chad.  He also provided strategic planning advice to Resident Coordinators in Afghanistan and Haiti. In HQs, he coordinated and supported emergency response, at the UNV’s Humanitarian Relief Unit and Liaison Office in Geneva (1995-2000) and at UNDP’s Emergency Response Division (2001) and at Crisis Response Unit (2015) in New York.  

Between 1991 and 1994, Stephen covered post-cold-war events for the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation (NHK)’s European Office in Geneva and served as a UN volunteer to Cambodia (UNTAC), the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda (UNHCR), and Somalia (UNOSOM).

He holds a master’s degree from the Grenoble Institute of Political Studies, and a PhD in political science from the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.