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Ingeborg Øfsthus, Chief Executive Officer of Telenor Serbia and Chairman of the Telenor Foundation Managing Board 

Since 1998, Ingeborg has held several technology management positions in Telenor Operations in Germany, Thailand and Norway. In addition, she has worked in various Telenor Group positions, including establishing and leading Telenor Group CTO forum. She has been with Telenor Serbia since 2012, holding CTO position.Ingeborg has experience with starting two greenfield mobile operations, and has built up extensive experience across both network and IT domain in her various roles. Ingeborg holds a degree of Master of Science in Electronic Communications from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Years of experience in a various countries added valuable knowledge on working across multiple cultures.




Mr Darinka Radojević, Special Adviser to the Minister of Environmental Protection 

Mr Darinka Radojević has extensive experience in economy, education and coordination of multidisciplinary projects. Since 2007, she gained experience in the field of environment, sustainable development and public sector reforms by working on several positions in the public sector, as the leader of the Group for Sustainable Development in the Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration, as the Secretary of the Council for Sustainable Development, as the Vice President of the Government for Public Sector Reform and as the Acting Assistant Director of the Directorate for Electronic Administration. She was an associate of several civil society organizations in the preparation and realization of projects, seminars and trainings. She graduated and received a Master's degree at the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Belgrade.




Vladimir Bumbaširević, Rector of the University of Belgrade

Professor Bumbaširević́ is a full professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Belgrade and as of 2009 member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, member of different national and international medical associations, author of over 70 scientific papers, co-author and editor of 2 books and 3 monographs. Except in scientific work, the rich experience gained he applied  in active participation in a large number of European projects (TEMPUS, FP6, etc.)




Robert Čoban, President of the Color Press Group

Started his journalistic career as Novi Sad correspondent of the Belgrade “Večernje novosti“; Zagreb “Arena“ and Sarajevo “Naši dani“. Today he is a head of Color Press Group, largest publisher of magazines in the region, with companies in all six republics - 64 magazines, 11 internet portals and over 50 conferences a year. The company portfolio includes numerous licensed names: “The Economist“, “Hello!“, “Brava Casa“, “Bravo“, “Alan Ford“, “Grazia“, “Jamie Oliver Magazine“ and number of others.



Marija Vujanić, Communications and Sustainability Director, Telenor ltd.

With more than 15 years of working in public relations and CR area, Marija is experienced communication leader. She has been with Telenor for 3 years, leading Corporate Communications and External Affairs Department. Prior these assignment, Marija was working for years as a Client Service Director at one of the leading PR agency in Serbia, than appointed as a PR and Citizenship Lead in Microsoft Serbia, and also was Executive Director of Ecotopia Fund focused on sustainability.




Milica Begenišić, Manager of Telenor Foundation and Sustainability and Events Manager at Telenor ltd.

While working in various sectors of the company, from 2001, when she entered the telecommunications industry, Milica gained rich experience. From customer service through marketing to corporate communications, she cooperated with a number of external associates and government institutions. Over the years, through the organization of corporate events she actively participated in the initiation and implementation of CR projects of Telenor and Telenor Foundation.