Jovana Radosavljević, Executive director, is a researcher and civil society activist from Leposavic. She is a TLP scholar and holds MA in International Studies from Joseph Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, with specializations in Conflict Resolution and International Development and a BA from Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade. She has extensive experience in working on election monitoring in Kosovo. While pursuing MA degree, she worked on researching external support to nonviolent campaigns in Serbia. Jovana worked in the nonprofit sector in the US with NGO DzBuilding Bridges Shiftdz. Before starting MA she worked for EU Election Observation Mission for Municipal and Legislative Elections in Kosovo, as well as interpreter, journalist, editor and presenter at RTV Mir. Main interests: conflict resolution, international development, comparative politics, elections, gender equality.
Marko Milenković, Program officer, is a civil society activist from Leposavic. Marko studied at the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Mitrovica, as well as at the Technical School in Leposavic. Mr Milenkovic participated in several trainings organized by international and regional CSOs related to leadership, public appearance and project management. He participated on one semester long educational program “EU integration school” funded by Kosovo Foundation for Open Society (KFOS). Main field of interests: local development and politics, interethnic relations, youth activism.
Isidora Mirkovic, E Opštine Liaison Officer, is a civil society activist and Bachelor of Economics at the Faculty of economics, University of Pristina. Isidora participated in various projects organized by a local nonprofit Wake Up Club, where she also did a substantial amount of volunteer work. Project implementation, translation and research are just some of the many areas where she excels. Isidora participated in several trainings related to Civil Society, Social Media and human rights. Main interests:Project management, public relations, human rights, leadership and culture.
Dijana Mitić, Finance Manager, is responsible for managing the finances of all NSI’s project and for the overall NSI’s administrative and financial matters. She has been engaged as a Financial Officer in projects funded by various embassies in Kosovo. Further, in her previous engagements, she has also worked on numerous activities aimed at protection of rights of non-majority communities, economic empowerment of women and youth, andimprovement of inter-ethnic relations in Kosovo. She was involved in conduction of researches evaluating position of the minority communities in Northern Kosovo and the state of the Serbian-language education in Kosovo. Dijanaholds BA from International Sales and Marketing at International Business College and MA from Faculty of Philosophy in North Mitrovica.