Ms Djidrovska started her carrier in 1998 as a forensic expert to the Forensic Chemistry Department within the MOI of the Republic of North Macedonia where she has been developing her professional skills in the area of drugs forensic analysis, micro traces and ink examinations. From 2006 Ms Djidrovska is serving the INTERPOL’s Counterfeit Currency and Security Documents Branch, currently assigned as a Coordinator. She is responsible for establishing programs that provide operational support, forensic assistance and technical databases for the 194 member countries of INTERPOL, relating to the crimes of fraudulent travel documents and counterfeit currency. From 2011 to 2013 she was apportioned as forensic expert at the Laboratory of Scientific Section at the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime responsible for development of standardized training programme on security document examination, eLearning programme and international collaborative exercises. Ms Djidrovska obtained her degree Master’s in Science specialty in Criminalistics from the University Claude Bernard of Lyon, France.