Associate professor of Forest Economics, Forest Policy and Trade and Marketing of Wood and other forest products engaged at the courses of different levels BSc, MSc and PhD, teaching Forest Economics, Forest Policy, Forest Valuation, Investment Appraisal for Foresters. Dr. Keča has experience in socio economics science and bio-economy (University of Aberdeen, UK and University of Aas, Norway) and as Professor in FOPER International Master Course (2005-2010) (EFI). In 2005, she obtained a Fellowship from the Norwegian Research Council to stay on the University of Aas and study methodology for investment appraisal in forestry and forest policy. Participated in project under the programme SEE-ERA.NET Plus-“Diversity of invading Phytophthora spp. plant pathogens in agro and forest ecosystems in Southeast Europe”. Currently as representative of Serbia and member of the Management Committees of COST Actions dealing with Non wood forest products (FP1203) and Non native tree species (FP1403), as well as researcher on FRAXBACK and PERMIT.