Former Team Leaders
On this page you will find the former leaders of the WBAA Teams after the restructuring. We sincerely appreciate the time, effort, hard work and dedication they have invested for the greater good of WBAA and the benefit of our community.
Vice Head for Advocacy
I completed my graduate studies in social work at the University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Right now, I am employed in social work studies as... more_vert
I completed my graduate studies in social work at the University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Right now, I am employed in social work studies as a Teaching assistant. I am also currently attending the second year of my postgraduate doctoral study in communication science, the field of interpersonal communication.
In addition, I am the Head of the Office for Students with Disabilities at the University of Mostar, through which my team and I strive to provide students with various forms of disabilities with equal access and education for all. Through my activities, I want to enable vulnerable groups in our society to ensure visibility, security, advocacy and independence.
Throughout the student days I was engaged in various areas of student life. I led an association of social work students whose biggest challenge was the promotion of volunteerism. I coordinated student courses at my university and coordinated the Office of International Cooperation. In my last year of study, I was the president of the Student Union, the highest representative body of students at the University of Mostar, which was established in 2000. He has held this position within the WBAA Teams from January to September 2022.
“Let's be the change we want to see in the world!” - Mahatma Gandhi
Head of Team
Hatidza Jahic, PhD works as assistant professor at the Department of Economic Theory and Policy, School of Economics and Business, University of Saraj... more_vert
Hatidza Jahic, PhD works as assistant professor at the Department of Economic Theory and Policy, School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo (SEBS). She currently teaches following courses: International Economics and Business, Development Economics and Regional Development and European Union.
During her studies, Hatidza has been awarded with scholarship grants such as Erasmus, British Scholarship Trust and Fulbright for the academic year 2016/2017 at the University of Arkansas (Department of Economics and Department of Educational Reform). She has attended numerous seminars and trainings in the field of development economics, education and European integrations. She has completed her PhD studies at Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb in the field of Economics of Education.
Additionally she is certified in evaluation practice by the Evaluators' Institute from Claremont Graduate University with extensive experience in various domestic and international project that are focused on education, education reform, educational strategy and education and labor market mismatch in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is currently Head of International Office at School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo (SEBS). She has held this position within the WBAA Teams since January 2022.