- Sign up for another ImagineIF! contest in Serbia until February 17th
- Piano Recital Patrick Hemmerlé in Cambridge – 30th May 2020
Piano Recital Patrick Hemmerlé in Cambridge – 30th May 2020
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Born in Belgrade, grew up in London, holds both Serbian and British citizenships. Obtained a BA in Politics and East European Studies at University College London (UCL) and returned to Serbia to work in the Governor’s Office at the National Bank of Serbia as the Governor’s assistant from 2007-2009. Completed MSc in International Public Policy at University College London (UCL) in 2010, after which she returned once again to the National Bank to work on an Investor Relations Project. In 2011 worked as an analyst at Toscafund hedge fund in London. Currently working as a business strategy analyst at Philip Morris in Serbia since January 2012, facilitated by Serbian City Club. Member of Serbian City Club since 2009.
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Branka Margan obtained an MA in Serbian literature at the University of Belgrade Philology faculty. After graduating, she developed her career in two parallel directions: within the advertising and public relations field, and teaching Serbian language and literature. Branka has more than ten years of professional experience, which includes working in renowned international and Serbian companies, such as Ogilvy and Mather, Profile, Europapress, Verano group etc. A member of the Independent Journalists` Association of Serbia (NUNS) since 2005, Branka is very interested in print media and works as an associate journalist for various newspapers and magazines: Elle, Sensa, Bankar etc, writing mainly about socio-cultural topics. Serbian City Club member since 2010.
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Maja Milatovic-Ovadia grew up in Belgrade. After graduating from the Academy of Dramatic Arts at the University of Arts in Belgrade with an honours degree in Theatre and Radio Directing, she completed an MA in Advanced Theatre Practice at The Central School of Speech and Drama. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD at Kent University. Maja directed over twenty theatre shows with notably diverse repertoire- ranging from doll shows and experimental texts developed in corporation with informal troupes, to contemporary classics and Serbian texts presented on the national theatres’ scenes. In addition, she directed three operas, one in Gudaca Sv. Djordja’s production, and two for the Tete a tete- contemporary opera festival in London. Among other things, Maja works as an associate and a leader of the theatre project for the British NGO- Most Mira. She was awarded A.G. Leventis Foundation scholarship. Maja has been a member of Serbian City Club since 2011.
Born in Belgrade, obtained MA in Sustainable Environmental Management, Middlesex University, London and previously BA Law with Russian language at Sussex University, Brighton. Worked as Project Officer for the European Council on Refugees and Exiles and as a volunteer in numerous environmental organisations. Returned to Serbia in 2011 and currently working as a Regional Communication Manager at International Union for Conservation of Nature. Member of Serbian City Club since 2011.
Born in Belgrade, Serbia. As a scholarship student obtained MSc in International Business Economics at Westminster Business School, London, UK. Holds B.A. in Management from Faculty of Management BK, Belgrade, Serbia. Professional experience spanning over ten years mostly gained in banking and leasing industry. Started as a loan officer at ProCredit bank followed by senior positions and experience in the leasing arm of ProCredit Bank (ProCredit Leasing). Worked as a head of small business department at Credit Agricole Serbia and Komercijalana banka (Belgrade branch), currently working as an Investment Analyst at Finance in Motion, an alternative asset management firm exclusively focused on development finance. Member of Serbian City Club since 2010.