Belgrade, Nordeus & Hotel Hyatt Regency
24 — 25ᵗʰ of October 2019.

Two days of Networking Inspiration & Action

Corporate leaders, Government representatives, Diplomats, representatives of domestic and foreign Academic community, Start-ups, NGO Activists, New generation of leaders

70

Speakers

400

Participants

The organisation of this event is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents of this event are the responsibility of AFA and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

Program

Thursday, 24th October 2019

Nordeus, HQ

18.00 – 18.10 WELCOME SPEECH:
• AFA Representative
• Marina Todić, Game Producer, Nordeus

18.10 – 18.25 OPENING SESSION: Technology and creative industry – potential for economy boost
• Anica Dobra, Artist
• Marija Ilić, Co-Founder & CPO at Two Desperados
• Jelena Ivančić, student and best mathematician in Europe

18.25 – 19.15 PANEL SESSION: How to achieve bigger representation of female leaders in tech companies
• Jelena Bratić, Services Solution Sales Professional/ Services Account Executive, Microsoft
• Miloš Đurković, CEO, SAS
• Ana Tolimir, Country Leader, CISCO
• Medeja Lončar, CEO for Slovenia and Croatia, Siemens
Moderator: Zoja Kukić, Programme Director, Startup Ecosystem, Digital Serbia Initiative

19.15 – 20.05 SESSION: Importance of digital literacy in digital age
• Regina De Dominicis, Representative at UNICEF Serbia
• Danela Arsovska, Macedonian Chambers of Commerce, President
• Stefan Salom, Director of Development and Co-founder, Infostud
• Marijana Vasilescu, President of the Executive Board, Sberbank
• Zorana Milidrag, Group Head of E commerce at Sport Vision, President of Ecommerce Association Serbia
Moderator: Aleksandar Zarić, Business Environment Director, USAID Cooperation for growth Project

20.00 – 22.00 – Cocktail and Networking

Friday, 25th October 2019

“Sustainable economy and women empowerment”
Hyatt Regency Belgrade

“Sustainable economy and women empowerment”

09.00 – 9.05 WELCOME: AFA representative
09.05 – 09.20 OPENING: Tatjana Matić, State Secretary of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications

09.20 – 09.30 Key notes:
H.E. Mr. Ambassador Thomas Schieb, German Ambassador
09.30 – 09.40 Mike de la Rosa, USAID Director
09.40 – 09.50 Jovanka Atanacković

09.50 – 10.00 Keynote: Blue economy
Gunter Pauli, Expert in circular and blue economy

10.00 – 10.15 Key note: “IKEA contribution to circular economy”
• Irena Dobosz, Regional Sustainability Manager, IKEA Group
10.15 – 10.20 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Nevena Vukašinović, Insitutional Affairs, European Sports Policy and Strategic Partnership Adviser // UNAOC Fellow

How corporate sector can create circular economy?
10:20 – 10:30 Ana Bachurova, Associate, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change. EBRD
10.30 – 10.40 Jelena Trninić, Public Affairs and Communications Manager at The Coca-Cola Company
10.40 – 10.50 Tanja Žigić, Factory manager, Nestle

10.50 -11.00 Coffee Break

11.00 – 11.15 Case Study, EkoFungi: “How Serbia can transform from linear to Circular economy?” Ivanka Milenković, Founder, EkoFungi

11.15 – 11.30 Personal contribution for a global impact
Rastko Petaković, Karanović&Partners

11.30 – 11.35 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Manja Bogićević, Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Kageera

11.35 – 12.05 “Sustainability in different industries”
• Cesar Sanchez Lopez, VP Southern Europe & Israel – Airbus Group
• Mirjana Perković, Founder and CEO, LookStyler
• Dejan Ognjanović, Non-technical and sales trainer at Star Import, Mercedes

12.05 – 12.10 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Jelena Joksimović, Co-founder, Uradi-zaradi

“Women’s contribution in creating digital civilization”

12.10 – 13.00 Panel session:
• Mila Milenković, Head of Digital Innovations and Applications Dept at Digital transformation and IT Planning, Telekom
• Natali Delić, CTO, Vip
• Jelena Ječmenić, Alliances & Channel Manager, Comtrade
• Elma Delalić, Marketing and Business Development, Deloitte
Moderator: Jovana Rakić, PR & Marketing Manager, ASSECO and AFA Corporate Board Member

13.00 – 13.05 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Maša Mišković, Teaching Assistant at Commercial Law, University of Belgrade Faculty of Law

13.15 – 14.15 Lunch Break

NETWORKING AND POWER OF NETWORKS

14.15 – 14.25 H.E. Kati Csaba, Canadian Ambassador
14.25 -14.35 H.E. Jean-Louis Falconi, Ambassador of France
14.35 – 14.45 H.E. Subrata Bhattacharjee, Indian Ambassador
14.45 – 14.55 Brankica Janković, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality
14.55 – 15.05 Maayan BEN TURA, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of the State of Israel
15.05 – 15.15 Harshitha Venkatesh, Program Lead – Political Engagement, Bangalore Political Action Committee
15.15 – 15.20 Macarena Botta, Founder, Uruguay start-up Ecosystem
15.20 – 15.25 Nwabisa Mayema, Executive Director, NNfinty

15.25 – 15.30 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Mina Sovtić, Actor

15.30 – 16:15 Panel discussion:
• Toplica Spasojević, Serbian business club Privrednik
• Violeta Jovanović, Executive Director, Naled
• Valerija Prevolšek, Managing Director, SEMPL Conference and Media Pool Slovenia
Moderator: Jelena Pavlović, President of the Board of Governors AmCham

16.15 – 16.20 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Ivana Knežević, Head of Social Media, Agency Drive

The power of networking / the most successful business leaders
16.20 – 16.30 Key note: Jasmina Knežević, BelMedic Founder and AFA Corporate Board Member
16.30 – 16.45
• Sanja Bušić, Senior Marketing Manager West Balkans, Baltics, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary at PepsiCo
• Sanda Savić, Corporate Affairs, PE and Media Expert, Hemofarm

16.45 – 16.50 AFA Generation Next – future leaders
• Dijana Kocić, Photographer, Writer and Digital marketer, Volunteer in Tanzania

16.50 – 16.55 Importance of networking for startups
Jelena Plavanski, Business angels association of Serbia

AFA Mentorship program presentation
16.55 – 17.05 Representative, AFA
17.05 – 17.30 Mentors & Mentees
17.30 – 19.00 Networking

Topics

24th of October 2019, 6⁠ — 10 pm, Nordeus

Emerging Technologies and importance of Digital literacy

New technologies rapidly change the way we interact, work and live creating new digital civilisation. Due to lack of female leaders in tech, women are not equally represented. On Women’s Leadership Summit AFA will gather the representatives of leading tech companies from the region to discuss future of employment and how gender balanced teams can be formed in order to involve female principle in the creation of a future digital society.

On this year’s Women’s Leadership Summit, we have invited the prominent professionals and leaders to discuss the importance of digital literacy which is a vital skill for the workforce in a digital age, as well as the inevitable retraining and reskilling processes and digital inclusion as a key for future growth and prosperity.

25th of October 2019, 9 am ⁠— 6 pm, Hotel Hyatt Regency

Sustainable economy

How can we use technologies to address sustainability and how companies are striving towards circular economy in order to achieve the goal of creating a better society?


The Power of Networks and Networking

One of the reasons why women are still not equally represented on C-level positions and are less successful and underpaid, is lack of networking and self-promotion. We will discuss with the leaders from different fields the importance of the creation of own network for ideas and knowledge exchange and support in career and life.

Speakers

Anica Dobra

Serbian Actress

H.E. Mrs. Kati Csaba

Ambassador, Embassy of Canada to Serbia

H.E. Mr. Thomas Schieb

Ambassador, Embassy of Germany to Serbia

Tatjana Matić

State secretary at Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of the Republic of Serbia

From 2002 until 2005 she was Head of the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and President of the Coordination Center for Kosovo and Metohija.
From 2005 until 2007 she was appointed Director of the Coordination Body for the Municipalities of Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja.
From 2007 until 2012 she served as Secretary of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs.
From July 2012 until April 2014 she served as State Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications, and since May 2014, she has been appointed State Secretary of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.
Since March 2015 she has been a member of a Commission of the Republic of Serbia for cooperation with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - UNESCO in the field of information technology and the information society.
Since June 2015 she has been the Head of the Working group for defining the national broadband network. She has been engaged in the Coordination Body for the EU Accession Process, Chapters 3 and 10, since September 2015, as president of the negotiating groups - Right of Establishment & Freedom to Provide Services and Information Society and Media.
Since January 2016, she has been a member of European Digital Single Market Strategic Group, and since March she has been the coordinator of the Economic Reform Program - ERP 2016-2018. She is head of Body for coordinating of activities in information security formed by the Serbian Government.

H.E. Mr. Jean-Louis Falconi

Ambassador, Embassy of France to Serbia

Brankica Janković

Commissioner for the Protection of Equality

Mike de la Rosa

USAID Mission Director

Danela Arsovska

President at Macedonian Chambers of Commerce

Marija Ilić

Co-Founder & CPO at Two Desperados

Aleksandar Zarić

Business Environment Director, USAID Cooperation for growth Project

Marijana Vasilescu

President of the Executive Board Sberbank Serbia a.d.

Marijana Vasilescu has been the President of the Executive Board of Sberbank Serbia since December 2016. Since taking office, Ms Vasilescu has set ambitious goals in further digitizing the bank, increasing its customer base and improving efficiency.
Prior to becoming President of the Executive Board of Sberbank Serbia, Marijana was a member of the Executive Board of Sberbank Serbia in charge of segments of individuals and micro-clients, networks, partnerships and digital channels, as well as marketing and communications.
Marijana has extensive experience in the international banking sector, acquired by working for the Royal Bank of Scotland in Romania as Director of Retail and Affluent Banking. She was also the director of Retail at RBS (previously ABN AMRO Bank) in Moscow and worked at Home Credit Bank in Kazakhstan as a member of the Executive Board. Prior to her career in the banking sector, Marijana was a manager in various international FMCG companies within Central and Eastern Europe.
Marijana Vasilescu graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Bucharest, where she earned a Master's degree in Marketing. She has also completed Executive MBA studies at London Business School.

Stefan Salom

Co-founder and Director of Development, Infostud

Medeja Lončar

CEO Slovenia and Croatia at Siemens

Medeja Lončar is CEO at Siemens in Slovenia (the regional company of Siemens AG) since 2007 and at Siemens in Croatia since 2018. Before accepting this function she managed the Communication Division and was Head of Business Development. In her 30 year long career Ms. Lončar was a member of management teams of successful Slovenian and international companies in several sectors: mobile communications, retail, industry and utility. Her main managerial focus is strategic development, sales and marketing and she has rich experience with change management in organizations.

Besides managing Siemens Companies in Slovenia and Croatia, Ms. Lončar is actively involved in many strategic projects locally and in Adriatic region. During her 15 year career at Siemens, she successfully steered the company and positioned Siemens regional company as benchmark for Lean organization.

Medeja Lončar is actively involved also in Slovenian and Croatian business environment and is frequently invited to speak at conferences on topics of digitalization and Industry 4.0, female representation in management boards, business ethics and change management. She is President of Supervisory board of German-Slovene Chamber of Industry and Commerce and Management Board Member in Croatia and Deputy President of Management board at Slovenian Managers’ Association.

Rastko Petaković

Managing Partner at Karanović & Partners

Dr Jasmina Knežević

BelMedic Founder and AFA Corporate Board Member

Ana Tolimir

Country Lead at Cisco Systems Serbia

Jelena Pavlović

President of the Board of Governors of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Serbia

Jelena Bratić

Services Account Executive at Microsoft

Jelena is a Services Solutions Executive for Multi-Country (Adriatic, Balkans, Baltics, Ukraine, CIS), and her goal is to support customers to enable digital transformation strategies, allowing these organizations to grow, evolve and meet the changing needs of their customers. Digital Transformation requires business leaders to re-envision currently prevailing business models and embrace a different way of bringing together people, data and processes to create value for their customers and capture new opportunities for their own organizations. She has a people-oriented approach, paired with creative thinking and persistence in resolving complicated issues, allowing her to build trusted advisor relationships with clients and build strong partnerships for long term projects. Being a team player herself, she interacts with other individuals by sharing expertise, coaching and encouraging good humour! Her expertise is security, enterprise architecture, information technology management and governance, business process optimization and digital transformation.

Miloš Đurković

Director, SAS Adriatic region

Miloš Đurkovic has been Managing Director of Adriatic Region at SAS since September 2017. Miloš has more than 20 years of experience in leading positions in Serbia and region. He was the Managing Director of Hewlett Packard and IBM in Serbia, as well as the Director of Cisco Systems Representative Office for Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania. Miloš Đurković graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. From 2011 to 2014 he was President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia. He is an active member of the Association of Corporate Directors of Serbia as well as the Serbian Association of Managers. He is the Vice President of the Red Star Rowing Club. He is married and has two children.

Marina Todić

Game producer - Top Eleven at Nordeus

Irena Dobosz

Regional Sustainability Manager at IKEA Group

Ana Bachurova

Associate, Energy Efficiency and Climate Change

Tanja Žigić

Factory Manager at Nestlé

H.E. Subrata Bhattacharjee

Indian Ambassador

Violeta Jovanović

Executive Director at NALED

Cesar Sanchez Lopez

VP Southern Europe & Israel - Airbus Group

Mila Milenković

Head of Digital Innovations and Applications Dept at Digital transformation and IT Planning, IT/ICT at Telekom Srbija

Mila Milenkovic is the head of the Digital Innovations and Applications Department, working on partnership program within Telekom Srbija aiming to develop a range of different future proof services and applications, cloud services, OTT services that are adding value to the core communication products. This role includes scouting and negotiation with partnering companies and startups, considering new revenue stream opportunities and new business model development. The major goal of the partnering ecosystem is bringing innovation into the product portfolio through B2B and B2B2C arrangements and supporting strategic projects focusing both on new product and new business development.
Successfully negotiated and closed, several projects in the public sector together with partners such as Video surveillance for towns, Mobile insurance and Back to school projects for the residential customers, Business cooperation with investors of the new buildings and different other projects. Recently started focusing more on supporting the startup community and developing partnerships with startup companies based on mobile payments system of Telekom Srbija, especially DCB – Direct Carrier Billing which includes also business cooperation with Google and merchants and partners in the mobile payment area.
Mila graduated from the faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. She also finished course Executive MBA HEC Paris/Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade and holds a PhD in Industrial engineering management from the Faculty of technical science, University of Novi Sad.

Sanda Savić

Corporate Affairs, PR and Media Expert at Hemofarm A.D.

Ivanka Milenković

Founder, EkoFungi

Jovana Rakić

Marketing Director, Asseco SEE

Toplica Spasojević

Member, SPK Privrednik

Natali Delić

CTO for Vip mobile and A1 Slovenia

Natali Delić is CTO and Chief Transformation Officer for Vip mobile and A1 Slovenia. She has been in telecommunications since 2000 and joined Vip in 2013. as Director of the Information and Telecommunications Technologies and Services Division. Only two years later, she becomes CTO, and since February 2019, in addition to CTO, she has also been managing director of transformation for Vip mobile and A1 Slovenia.
During Natal's mandate, Vip mobile was the first in Serbia to launch 4G network, NB IoT technology and VoLTE calls, and has profiled itself as a pioneer and operator that is constantly innovating for the benefit of the entire market.
Natalie is intensively involved in digital transformation and innovation, company agility and application of data science to improve business processes and company efficiency.
Natalie graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, majoring in Telecommunications at the University of Belgrade, an MBA from Texas A&M University, and a Master's degree in Management from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade.

Dejan Ognjanović

Non-technical and sales trainer at Star Import, Mercedes

Sanja Bušić

Senior Marketing Manager West Balkans, Baltics, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary at PepsiCo

Jelena Plavanski

Business angels association of Serbia

Valerija Prevolšek

Managing Director at Media Pool, founder and organizer of SEMPL conference

Valerija is the CEO of the Slovenian media buying company Media Pool but most know her as a president of SEMPL conference - one of the biggest regional events about trends and innovation in marketing, media and communication. She started her career in human resources and soon moved to advertising, where she has more than 10 years of experience. Working on two demanding positions - as a company CEO and event organiser she successfully combines great negotiation, decision-making and leadership skills with an outstanding overview of the media landscape. During her leadership of the SEMPL conference, where she is responsible for the program content, competition and organisation, she has proven herself as an expert in media communication trends and strategic event management.

Jelena Ivančić

Student and best mathematician in Europe

Elma Delalić is a passionate life-long learner, digital transformation enthusiast and a strong advocate for female empowerment.
She is currently employed at Deloitte, as a Business Analyst for Adriatic region, also leading branding, event and digital marketing activities in BiH. Elma got her Master’s degree in Management and IT at the School of Economics and Business Sarajevo, graduating at the top of her class. She also participated in two international exchange programmes at the Faculty of Engineering, Portugal and at the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences, Spain. It is during that time that she discovered her love towards travelling and exploring new places, languages and surroundings. She says that traveling inspires her to challenge her status quo and to discover new things about herself, mature and grow.
Elma is also an active member of the World Economic Forum initiative called Global Shapers Community - a network of dynamic and socially engaged young leaders across the world that work together on making a positive and tangible impact through local projects. Besides this, she is interested in research work, having recently published an article about the impact of social media in the workplace. She was also a collaborative author on a book titled "Doing Business in a Networked Economy” (2015).

Elma Delalić

Marketing and Business Development at Deloitte

Elma Delalić is a passionate life-long learner, digital transformation enthusiast and a strong advocate for female empowerment.
She is currently employed at Deloitte, as a Business Analyst for Adriatic region, also leading branding, event and digital marketing activities in BiH. Elma got her Master’s degree in Management and IT at the School of Economics and Business Sarajevo, graduating at the top of her class. She also participated in two international exchange programmes at the Faculty of Engineering, Portugal and at the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences, Spain. It is during that time that she discovered her love towards travelling and exploring new places, languages and surroundings. She says that traveling inspires her to challenge her status quo and to discover new things about herself, mature and grow.
Elma is also an active member of the World Economic Forum initiative called Global Shapers Community - a network of dynamic and socially engaged young leaders across the world that work together on making a positive and tangible impact through local projects. Besides this, she is interested in research work, having recently published an article about the impact of social media in the workplace. She was also a collaborative author on a book titled "Doing Business in a Networked Economy” (2015).

Jelena Trninić

Public Affairs and Communications Manager at The Coca-Cola Company

Jelena Trninic is Public Affairs and Communications Manager for Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo and North Macedonia from May 2018. Jelena’s Coca-Cola journey started in 2012 in country PAC team in CC HBC BU Serb/Mont/Kos as well as BU Adria, after spending prosperous 12 years in Tetrapak. After moving to the corporate CCHBC office in 2014, and then to the position of Senior Public and Regulatory Affairs Manager in 2015. She supported the implementation of key regulatory strategies across CC HBC territories and building stronger corporate representation in many countries. Building key capabilities and delivering strategic directions and goals while ensuring full compliance with relevant regulations through active engagement with policy makers have been only some of her achievements while working with cross-functional teams.
Jelena holds Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering as well as Master’s degree in Life Cycle Assessment Engineering.

Harshitha Venkatesh

Program Lead - Political Engagement, Bangalore Political Action Committee

Zoja Kukić

Programme Director – Startup Ecosystem at Digital Serbia Initiative

Jelena Ječmenić

Alliances & Channel Manager at Comtrade System Integration International for Slovenia, Austria and UAE

Jelena Joksimović

Co-Founder at Uradi-zaradi d.o.o.

Graduated from Mathematical University, with masters in Probability and statistics.
While looking for a job in my area of expertise exactly 4 years ago, I started helping others on a project called Uradi-Zaradi (it wasn’t called like that back then) and I realized that all the obstacles I came across in my entrepreneurship path and all the people that we have met are too interesting and that the space for work and development was unlimited. Even though I have quickly found a job in a foreign IT company, which was nice and I have learned a lot, I decided to devote myself to startup and finally, after last year I quit my full-time job and became a full-time entrepreneur.
It turned out to be a great idea because Uradi-zaradi already had a great number of full-time consumers and the need for upgrade and expansion was great and unavoidable. Nowadays we have our employees, which I am very proud of. In the startup, I mostly do marketing, I'm in charge of the internal marketing team, and product development. Business analysis and new ideas for upgrading and fixing a day to day problems are something I enjoy doing the most and which I am most devoted to. Also, sometimes I hold workshops concerning data-driven decision making in a startup, I participate in panel discussions concerning women empowerment in IT, business, as well as data literacy amongst young women, how through data and collecting and processing the information they can improve any job they are doing.

Maša Mišković

Teaching Assistant in Commercial Law at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law

Masa Miskovic was born on September 22, 1991. in Belgrade, where she finished elementary school, Russian High School at the Embassy in Belgrade, and Mokranjac Secondary Music School, all as a generation student. She graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Belgrade as a student of the generation, and at the same college she completed her master's studies with an average grade of 10.00, defending her master's thesis on the topic "Contract of the sale in Anglo-Saxon law". After completing her studies, she was employed by the IT company ICL Services and Solutions LLC for two and a half years, first as Legal Advisor and Office Manager and then as Head of Legal and Administrative Sector. Since October 2017 she has been employed at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, as an assistant for Trade Law. So far, she has published 19 professional and scientific papers in national and international journals and proceedings. She has participated in a large number of national and international conferences. She is a member of the board of directors of the Professor PHD Mirko Vasiljevic Foundation, which awards the best students and students with social needs, is a member of the Association of Lawyers in the Serbian Economy, and a member of the Peace Movement World organization based in Bulgaria, whose Peace Ambassador is for Serbia. She is fluent in English and Russian, including the language of the legal profession, and has intermediate knowledge of German.

Mina Sovtić

Serbian Actress

Mina was born in Belgrade but spend her childhood between Serbia and Germany and travelling the world due to her parents jobs. She first wanted to become a film director but discovered her passion for acting while accidentally starring in student films. She attended the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. She appeared in series such as Koreni, Zigosani u reketu, Dug moru. She is a passionate advocate for woman and animal rights.

Ivana Knežević

Head of Social Media at Agency Drive

Ivana Knezevic was born in 1994. in Novi Sad, where she finished elementary and then high school. As a State Department scholar, she spent her third year of high school in Salt Lake City, after which she decided to return to Serbia and enrol in the Faculty of Political Science, majoring in International Relations. In her third year, she gets an internship at a digital marketing agency and this marks the official start of her career. She is currently employed in Drive, a member of the I&F McCann Group as Head of Social Media. In May this year, together with a colleague from the agency, she won the Young Lions Serbia competition for marketing professionals under the age of 30, after which she represented Serbia at the Cannes Festival. From the beginning of her education, she has been involved in the work of numerous non-governmental organizations and volunteer projects aimed at preserving the environment, promoting egalitarianism and improving the lives of various vulnerable groups.

Dijana Kocić

Freelance photographer, writer and digital marketer

Dijana has a Bachelor degree in Organizational Sciences, she is a travel blogger, adventurer, a passionate enthusiast for education and exploring her own boundaries. Through her volunteering in Tanzania, she motivated over 300 people through social networks to donate money and renovate a computer classroom at Bangata Primary School. She wants to be more involved with children and developing young leaders in the future.

Nevena Vukašinović

Institutional Affairs, European Sports Policy and Strategic Partnerships Adviser / UNAOC Fellow

Manja Bogićević

Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer, Kageera

My mission is to become ForbesUder30 (3 years to go)
One of the first self-made Women Machine learning Entrepreneurs in the Balkans
CO-Founder and ML Lead at Kageera AI and CO-Founder of Machine learning Serbia.
Currently working on the US government projects and developing ML solutions in Healthcare, sport, fintech, marketing, and the legal profession.
Finished MBA at Ivey Business School from Canada and currently pursuing micro masters Data Science and Statistic degree on MIT from Boston.

Zorana Milidrag

Group Head of E commerce at Sport Vision, President of Ecommerce Association Serbia

My mission is to become ForbesUder30 (3 years to go)
One of the first self-made Women Machine learning Entrepreneurs in the Balkans
CO-Founder and ML Lead at Kageera AI and CO-Founder of Machine learning Serbia.
Currently working on the US government projects and developing ML solutions in Healthcare, sport, fintech, marketing, and the legal profession.
Finished MBA at Ivey Business School from Canada and currently pursuing micro masters Data Science and Statistic degree on MIT from Boston.

Macarena Botta

Founder, Uruguay start-up Ecosystem

My mission is to become ForbesUder30 (3 years to go)
One of the first self-made Women Machine learning Entrepreneurs in the Balkans
CO-Founder and ML Lead at Kageera AI and CO-Founder of Machine learning Serbia.
Currently working on the US government projects and developing ML solutions in Healthcare, sport, fintech, marketing, and the legal profession.
Finished MBA at Ivey Business School from Canada and currently pursuing micro masters Data Science and Statistic degree on MIT from Boston.

Nwabisa Mayema

Executive Director, NNfinty

My mission is to become ForbesUder30 (3 years to go)
One of the first self-made Women Machine learning Entrepreneurs in the Balkans
CO-Founder and ML Lead at Kageera AI and CO-Founder of Machine learning Serbia.
Currently working on the US government projects and developing ML solutions in Healthcare, sport, fintech, marketing, and the legal profession.
Finished MBA at Ivey Business School from Canada and currently pursuing micro masters Data Science and Statistic degree on MIT from Boston.

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