The Board

Danica Marinkovic, President of the Board

Born in Bosanski Brod (Republika Srpska-Bosnia and Herzegovina), 1951. She was educated in Skopje, where she graduated from the Faculty of Law. She passed the bar exam in 1976. She started her professional career as a trainee judge in the Municipal Court in Skopje and continued in the Commercial Court and the Supreme Court of Kosovo and Metohija, in Pristina. For more than two decades, she has been a judge in civil and criminal matters at the District Court in Pristina. It conducted investigations and conducted investigations into terrorism cases in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija, such as the events in Klecka and Racak in 1998 and 1999. In connection with the event in Racak, she was also a defense witness before the Hague Tribunal. She continued her judicial career until her retirement in the District and Appellate Courts in Kragujevac.
She was elected a member of the Board of the Anti-Corruption Agency by the Decision of the National Assembly in 2016. She performed the function of the President of the Board from 2018 to September 1, 2020, when the implementation of the Law on Prevention of Corruption began. She attended professional trainings in the field of protection of human rights and freedoms, and actively participated in seminars of international institutions (OSCE, Academy of European Law, Russian Academy of Sciences). In the field of investigation and criminal law, she followed the case law of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. He is the author of the book „Judge in War and Peace“, which testifies to the events in Racak, Klecke and other events in Kosovo and Metohija. Mother of two sons.

Tamara Misic, Deputy President

Born in Becej in 1984. She graduated from the International Department of the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade in 2008. At the same faculty, she obtained the title of master of law in 2011 in the trade law module. She passed the bar exam in June 2010. She gained work experience in the First Municipal Court in Belgrade, where, as a volunteer, she worked as a trainee judge from 2008 to 2010. She worked as an assistant judge in the First Basic Court in Belgrade from 2010 to the end of 2013, and she also worked in the Second Basic Court in Belgrade from the beginning of 2014 to April 2014, when she started working for the Agency. to prevent corruption. Until being appointed to the position of acting Assistant Director of the Agency performed the duties of an independent advisor in the Sector for Resolving Conflicts of Interest and a senior advisor – Head of the Department for Control of Transfer of Management Rights in the same sector. Since January 2019, she has been in the position of acting Assistant Director of the Agency in the Sector for Registers and Records, after which in November 2019 she was appointed Assistant Director in the said sector, where she was until the election for a member of the Council of the Agency.
She attended the seminar „Proactive Investigations of Corruption, Financial Fraud and Economic Crime“, organized by the US Department of Justice, the Office for International Assistance, Training and Vocational Training in the Judiciary, the OSCE in Serbia and the Judicial Academy, and a lobbying course as a measure for prevention of corruption in the organization of the OSCE mission in Serbia. She participated in a workshop on strategic planning and performance indicators, organized by USAID within the project „Initiative for Responsible Government“ and training for lecturers (Training for trainers) within the Twinning project „Prevention and fight against corruption“. She also specialized in various programs related to quality, interpretation and application of regulations, public speaking and presentation skills. As a representative of the Sector for Resolving Conflicts of Interest, she was a lecturer at trainings for officials, organized by the Agency, as well as at trainings organized within the Project Prevention and Fight against Corruption entitled „Prevention of Conflicts of Interest and Control of Property and Income of Officials“. Married, mother of one child.

Stevo Bajic

Born in Drvar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), 1979. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, in 2009. He gained internship experience in the Law Office Kićović, in Belgrade, until 2012, when within the project of the Government of the Kingdom of Norway „Support to the Anti-Corruption Agency“, he started an internship in the Agency – Sector for Prevention Affairs. He continued his work in the Agency in the Sector for Resolving Conflicts of Interest, and later as an advisor in the Sector for Control of Assets and Income of Officials and Handling of Petitions. Prior to his election as a member of the Council, he worked as an independent advisor in administrative and legal affairs in the Sector for Registers and Records.
He trained professionally through several professional programs and successfully completed trainings: „Effective Communication with Parties“ organized by USAID in 2015, Lobbying Course as a Measure to Prevent Corruption, 2019 and „Assertive Communication“ in 2020, organized by the OSCE Mission. in Serbia. He attended trainings within the twinning project „Prevention and fight against corruption“, which the Agency conducted with partner institutions from Italy and Spain, from 2016 to 2018. During his work at the Agency, he participated in several programs of the National Academy of Public Administration and obtained certificates in the field of personal data protection, communication skills and conflict resolution. He speaks English and Russian. Married, father of one child.

Miloš Stankovic PhD

Born in Belgrade, 1984. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. At the same faculty, he defended his doctoral dissertation entitled „Contractual Inheritance between Spouses“ in 2015. He started his work experience in the First Municipal Court in Belgrade, as a trainee judge-volunteer. He was elected to the title of teaching associate for the narrower field of Civil Law – the subject of Inheritance Law, in 2008. He spent seven years as an assistant for this scientific field. Assistant professor for the narrower scientific field of Legal History – subjects Comparative Legal Tradition and Rhetoric, he became elected in 2016. He studied scientifically and professionally at the Free University of Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History in Frankfurt. He has participated with authorial and co-authored scientific papers in numerous domestic and international conferences. He has won several awards for scientific papers, but also for oratory. At the oratory competition at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade in 2007, he was declared the absolute winner in the free topic category. He is engaged in the editorial offices of several professional journals (Bulletin of Judicial Practice of the High Court in Belgrade, Annals of the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade – Journal of Legal and Social Sciences and Archives of Legal and Social Sciences). He participates in the boards of the Kosta Migrić Foundation and the Luka Ćelović-Trebinjec Foundation of the University of Belgrade. He speaks English and French. Married, father of one child.

Biljana Pavlovic

Born in Bela Crkva, 1961. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. She passed the bar exam in 1997. She completed specialist studies: Notary – Notary Public at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade in 2010.

She started her professional career as the head of the Legal Service of the company „Trgobanat“ in Bela Crkva, in 1990. She performed the duties of a judge and the president of the criminal council in the municipal courts in Bela Crkva and Pancevo. She worked as an assistant director for non-medical affairs at the City Institute for Emergency Medical Aid in Belgrade, from 2010 to 2012, when she was appointed director of the Directorate for Management of Confiscated Property at the Ministry of Justice and State Administration. She was the state secretary of the same ministry, from 2014 to 2016, when she transferred to the Judicial Academy to manage the sector for permanent training. She actively participated in the improvement of professional training programs in the areas of criminal, civil, commercial, administrative and misdemeanor law, as well as in the field of human rights and European Union law. She is employed by the Commission for Protection of Competition. He speaks English, Russian and Italian.