Katerina Spasovska is graduated medical doctor and master of medical sciences and since 2011 she works as a doctor at University Clinic for infectious diseases in Skopje. She is a member of NGO HERA since 2001. During her engagement, she has been coordinating several projects such as: Infoline for HIV/STI, Education of teachers for TB, and most importantly, project for introducing the Voluntary Counseling and HIV Testing program in Macedonia (VCT). In addition she has been working as infoline counselor, peer educator and trainer for peer education, trainer for VCT as well as counselor for people living with HIV (PLHIV). She has also conducted the on-site evaluation of mobile and stationary VCT sites. In addition she was involved in preparation of the applications for Global Fund grants for HIV in round 7 and round 10. She is coauthor of several publications such as: Manual for VCT, Manual for prevention of professional exposition to HIV, Manual for prevention of mother-to-child transmission etc. In 2006-07 she was awarded by U.S Government with Hubert Humphrey fellowship for mid-career professionals in HIV/AIDS in Atlanta, Georgia. Currently she is engaged as a counselor for PLHIV as well as a counselor for pre and post HIV testing, within the HIV counseling center at the Clinic. In June 2013, Katerina was elected a member of Board of HERA.