We are a growing, diverse team of volunteers with the common vision to promote the discovery of Albanian and Protestant history and thought.
Dana Stucky is an avid researcher and writer about the Albanian Evangelical and female education movement, traveling to archives and libraries world-wide. She lived nearly twenty years in Korça. Full bio.
Chief Adviser for Albanian Linguistics
Prof. Dr. Xhevat Lloshi is a distinguished linguist, prolific author, and the leading authority on the development of the Albanian language through Bible translations. He is also a special contributor to the IAPS. Full bio.
Dr. Cakolli earned his Ph.D. from the University of Prishtina’s Faculty of Philology with an emphasis on historical and Biblical Albanian literature. He is a pastor, author and editor. Full bio.
Prof.as.dr. Toska is a researcher, editor, and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Human Sciences at the “Aleksandër Xhuvani” University in Elbasan. She has analyzed early Albanian Biblical texts and edits IAPS publications. Full bio.
David Hosaflook has lived in Albania since 1992 and is finishing his Ph.D. in Albanian history at the University of Tirana. He translated and edited Marin Barleti’s 16th century classic, The Siege of Shkodra. Full bio.
Dr. Quanrud lived in the Balkans for more than a decade, researching and publishing about the Protestants and writing Gerasim Kyrias’s biography. He earned his Ph.D. in 2014 in textual history from the University of Nottingham. Full bio.
Mal Berisha is the former Albanian Ambassador to the United Kingdom and has also served as General Consul in Istanbul, with UNMIK and Vatra. Ambassador Berisha has done extensive research on Protestant missionaries. Full bio.
An American-Albanian, Mr. Provost is founder and chairman of Lincoln Centers of Albania. He is a recipient of the Order of Lincoln for his labors in promoting the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln. Provost chairs the IAPS oversight board.