Miodrag Miki Marinković
Miodrag Marinković is one of the most renowned civic activists from the Kosovo Serb community, and author of several noticeable studies, policy papers, and civic programs in the area of community rights, reconciliation, social development, etc. On May 31, 2021, the Assembly of Center for Affirmative Social Actions appointed Mr. Marinković as the director of the organization with a two-year mandate and entrusted him a task to steer the development of the organization by building its internal capacities and infrastructure, positioning the organization at the civic scene in Kosovo and development of functional ties with the constituency and stakeholders.
Ines Aljović Mihajlović
Ms. Aljović Mihajlović is an emerging civic activist from the Bosnjak community in northern Kosovo. Her educational background in legal studies and familiarity with sociopolitical trends of this part of Kosovo qualify her for the position of coordinator for the municipalities of North Mitrovica, Zvečan, Zubin Potok, and Leposavić. Being a resident of northern Kosovo since her birth, Ines is a recognized community member with abundant ties to relevant stakeholders in the community.
Mr. Petković is a young civic activist from Ropotovo, Ranilug Municipality. A proactive attitude and purposeful mobility in the non-majority communities south of river Ibar, qualify Mr. Petković as a great asset and implementational advantage of the organization. Mr. Petković is in charge to coordinate CASA activities in the non-majority communities south of river Ibar, including municipalities of Ranilug, Klokot, Kamenica, Novo Brdo, Gračanica, Štrpce, etc.
Maksim Aksić is a young student of the Faculty of Political Science and an upcoming policy researcher from the Kosovo Serb community. Exactly the capacity found in scarce within civic sector representing the interests of Kosovo Serb community. The increasing capacity of Mr. Aksić to contribute to organization work through review and development of affirmative policies pertaining to rights and freedoms of the Kosovo Serb community is a valuable resource of the organization.
Ms. Nora Bezera is a linguist and professional translator that acts as an external consultant for the CASA. She holds a Master’s degree in Albanian Language and Literature from Belgrade University and translation/interpretation experience from Constitutional Court in Pristina, Kosovo. Bilingual upbringing, educational excellence, and scrupulous working ethnic single out Ms. Bezera as one the leading translators/interpreters in Serbian/Albanian language in Kosovo enabling the organization to attain high standards in communication on both official languages in Kosovo.
Dragana Aleksić Nikolić
Ms. Dragana Aleksic is an advanced accountant with close to a decade of experience in the financial management of non-profit organizations in Kosovo and the region. Ms. Aleksić is recognized exactly by the skills required for the position she holds, meticulousness, patience, punctuality, and attention to detail. These skills translate to impeccable financial management of organization affairs.