Bingulac’s areas of expertise include Roma issues, politics of poverty, patterns of exclusion, political science, public policy, research design, and monitoring and evaluation. Her current research focuses on measuring labor-market discrimination faced by Roma people in Serbia and understanding their experiences when they attempt to engage in labor markets. Bingulac holds a researcher position at the Center for Social Policy, where she works on participatory research projects related to poverty alleviation and housing stability. She is a permanent research consultant to two Roma-serving anti-poverty non-governmental organizations in Serbia – Church World Service Eastern Europe and Center ALFA. In these consultancy roles, she has worked on many evaluation projects in the areas of inclusive education, food security, and sustainable economic development. She also teaches several political science courses, including American politics, state and local politics, and research methods for international relations.