Azra Alihodzic studied at economics at the University of Sarajevo and joined BIRN HUB in August 2014.
Drawing on the experience she gained in several large international organisations, Dusica contributes to the smooth operations of BIRN's regional organisation.
Emma joined BIRN as Social Media Editor in 2015 after relocating from London where she had been working as a Digital Editor for a content marketing agency with a broad range of clients across the lifestyle, business and travel sectors.
Filip Rudic is a reporter from Belgrade who has worked in journalism since 2012.
Gordana is an experienced journalist with in-depth knowledge of the politics and economy of the Balkan countries.
Gordana is the founder of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) and currently serves as the Regional Network Director.
With a strong background in journalism, Jelena Cosic has worked as the Project Coordinator for BIRN's Summer School of Investigative Reporting for the last three years.
Joined BIRN Hub in February 2016. She is responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of BIRN programs across the region, and for ensuring that BIRN Network’s activities result in the achievement of intended outputs and outcomes.
He leads cross-border teams of journalists, deploying huge volumes of Freedom of Information requests, scraping and old fashioned reporting tricks to delve into high-level corruption in the Balkans.
Maida has years of experience in commercial business and financial work.
Marcus Tanner is Editor at Balkan Insight
A reporter with experience at a variety of publications, Marija joined BIRN’s Balkan Transitional Justice initiative in February 2012 as a journalist and reporter covering Serbia.
Marina joined the BIRN team as coordinator of the Balkan Transitional Justice project.
Matthew Collin is a journalist, broadcaster and author who has worked as a foreign correspondent for the BBC, Al Jazeera and Agence France-Presse.
Natalija joined BIRN Hub in October 2014 as a Regional Capacity Building Coordinator.