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KISIĆ Svetlana
President, Junior Achievement Serbia
Svetlana Kisić is a special advisor at the Economics Institute in Belgrade and lecturer at the Belgrade Business School.

She began her consulting career in 1987 at the Economics Institute, and from 1994 to 2007 continued it as Director of the Financial Consulting Department at Deloitte.

 She worked on more than 90 consulting projects in different economic fields, such as privatization, restructuring, development of strategic plans and organizational issues etc. Thereby, she was project manager on more than 60 projects.

Svetlana Kisić earned the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees at the Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade. She also attended numerous training courses and received the MTM analyst license from the Swedish MTM Group AB, Stockholm.

She is member of the Supervisory board of the UniCredit Bank Serbia from 2011. She was a member of the Supervisory board of the UniCredit Leasing Serbia (2012-to 2117), also she was the president of the Supervisory board of the Economics Institute (2006-2011) and chairperson of the Supervisory board of the company Viskoza Holding Loznica (2003–2009).

She is a member of the Executive Board and Presidency of Serbian Association of Economists, and member of Serbian Association of Corporate Directors. She is member of Program Committee of Kopaonik Business Forum.

She is cofounder and chairperson of the Women’s Government, apolitical and non-profit organization, with a mission to promote expert potential of women in Serbia. She is president of the Supervisory board of Junior Achievement Serbia, part of organization Junior Achievement Worldwide, global largest provider of education programs for entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy. She is one of the founders and the member of Executive Board of Forum for Development of Women’s Entrepreneurship in Serbia. She is also a member of the Board of the European Movement in Serbia.

She has published, both independently as well as a coauthor, a great number of books, studies and articles.