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Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of Telekom Srbija a.d. Beograd has 7 (seven) members, who elect the chairman of the Supervisory Board among themselves. 

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    The Chairman of the Supervisory Board:

    • Prof.dr Milan Božić
    • Members of the Supervisory Board:

    • Sonja Vlajnić
    • Ninoslav Prodanović
    • Slavoljub Kandić
    • Miroslav Joksimović
    • Pavle Milić
    • Prof. Dr Đorđe Mazinjanin
    • Supervisory Board has appointed the Director of the Internal Audit and the Company Secretary

    • Mira Stevanović, the Director of Internal Audit
    • Aleksandar Radovanović, the Company Secretary
Prof. Milan Božić, The Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Born in Belgrade, on March 30, 1952. He completed the basic studies in mathematics in 1974 at the University in Belgrade where he also obtained his Master’s Degree in 1978 and PhD in 1983.

He started his carrier at the University in Belgrade in 1974 as an assistant at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. He worked as the Assistant Professor in the period from 1983 to 1992, as the Professor in the period from 1990 to 1999 and as the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics in the period from 1987 to 1995.

Professor Božić has a wide experience owing to his engagement by the Institute of Mathematics SANU as the manager of the History and Philosophy of Mathematics Project, the moderator of the History and Philosophy of Mathematics Seminar and as the chairman of the managing board in the period from 2004 to 2011.

He was a member of the Managing Board of the Petroleum Industry of Serbia from 2002 to 2005. He held the position of a chairman of the Managing Board of Telekom Srbija a.d. from 2004 to 2008 and was a Special Advisor to the General Manager from 2008 to 2011.

He was a member of the Standing Committee on Public Sector Restructuring Government of the Republic of Serbia in the period from 2004 to 2009.

The main spheres of the scientific work and publication by Professor Božić are mathematical logic and application thereof to the computer science, the history and philosophy of mathematics and biophysics (mathematical modeling of processes in molecular biology). His bibliography consists of more than two hundred articles and a dozen of books.

The lectures and courses held in the country and abroad (the USA and the United Kingdom) comprise: mathematical logic, linear algebra, algebra, the history and philosophy of mathematics, the basics of computer science and the theory of models. Some twenty students completed their master’s thesis and a dozen of students completed their PhD thesis under his mentorship.

Prof. Božić was also engaged in the development of the education system and published several secondary school textbooks (mathematical logic).

Prof. Božić contributed to the popularization of science and published more than 80 articles in the Galaksija magazine. Likewise, since his student days, he has headed or participated in the operation of a string of institutions which support young scholars.

At Belgrade University in the 1989-1992 period, prof. Božić was the vice-chairman of the Computer Centre Managing Board. While discharging this and similar functions, he has been engaged in the development of the information strategy for the scholarly community and for many partners in industry and administration as well.

 He was the editor and co-author of various books. In the period from 1985 to 1992, he was the member of the editorial board and author of several hundred entries in The School Encyclopedia Prosveta.

 In the period from 1988 to 1989, he authored and anchored the TV series entitled The History of Mathematics of the Serbs produced by the Science Program of Belgrade Radio and Television, from 1993 to 2003 he was the Columnist of the Srpska Reč magazine publishing more than 150 columns, and from 1992 to 1994, he was the editor and anchor of weekly political commentaries entitled Srbotopija on Radio B92. From 1995 to 1996, he edited and anchored weekly political commentaries entitled ConText on BK television. Since 2005, he has been a member of the editorial board of the Small Serbian Encyclopedia published by the Institute for Textbook Publishing and Teaching Aids.

In this sphere, apart from political and scientific issues which he addressed most, prof. Božić also dealt with the global cultural and public phenomena in a broader sense of the word.

Sonja Vlajnić, member of the Supervisory Board

Born in 1975 in Peru. She graduated from the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade - Department of Journalism and Communication.

She started her career in 2000, as a journalist in the Svedok magazine, and continued in magazines Koreni, Zdravlje i Lepota.

In the period 2002 – 2006 she was a reporter for Nedeljni Telegraf, and then she was promoted to the position of assistant editor-in-chief of Nedeljni Telegraf where she remained until 2010.  Over the past two years she has been engaged as a journalist of the Bazar magazine.

She speaks English.

Ninoslav Prodanović, member of the Supervisory Board

He was born in Kragujevac, in 1980. He graduated from the International University in Thessaloniki, Greece, with the BA degree in management.

He started his career in 2002, when he was working part time at TV channel 9 Kragujevac. Ever since, he advanced and proved his worth at the positions of a program content manager, entertainment program editor and editor/journalist.

He speaks English and German.

Slavoljub Kandić, member of the Supervisory Board

Born in Rogača in 1952.

He worked for the PE PTT Traffic Srbija from 1972 to 1997. Thereafter, he continued his working career in Telekom Srbija. He performed his duties as the leader of the TT fitters’ team, coordinator of social activities within the PTT system, and defense and social self-protection officer.

He is the president of the United Trade Union of Telekom Srbija, one of the two representative labor unions within Telekom Srbija.

He has received several awards for his work from the Company, the Voždovac Municipal Assembly and the City of Belgrade.

He is married with one child.

Miroslav Joksimović, member of the Supervisory Board

Born in Belgrade in 1963. He completed the Secondary Civil Engineering School and acquired the fifth qualification level within the PTT Educational Centre. He studied at the Two-Year Civil Engineering College.

He has almost 30 years of experience. Until 1988, he had worked for the Telefonkabl and Vatrosprem business companies, whereafter he moved to the PE PTT Traffic Srbija. He has worked for Telekom Srbija ever since the Company was founded.

Since 2007, he has been the president of the Srbija Trade Union of Telekom, one of the two representative labor unions in the Company. He is the representative of the Srbija Trade Union of Telekom to CESI/EUROFEDOP – a large European federation of trade unions. He participates in the activities of these organizations as their full-fledged member.

He is one of the founders of the Confederation of Free Trade Unions, the representative centre of the associated labor unions of the Republic of Serbia with as many as 2,000,000 members from the public sector.

Apart from conducting his regular duties and trade union activities, he was also a professional soccer player.

He is married with two daughters.

Pavle Milić, member of the Supervisory Board

Pavle Milić was born in 1970. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade – Department of Tourism and Catering. 

In the period between 1996 and 2002 he worked in the Transport Company JODEX LINE Belgrade, the Company for Research and Development Services and Trade POIMEX Belgrade and the Company for the Provision of Transport and Agency Services S.M.S.SHIPPING AGENCY, Belgrade.

 Starting from 2002, he worked in Beopetrol AD Belgrade, and after the purchase of 79.5% of this company by OAO LUKOIL, he continued to work in LUKOIL SRBIJA AD Belgrade, where he is still employed.

 He speaks English and Russian.

He is married with two children.

Professor Đorđe Mazinjanin, PhD, member of the Supervisory Board

Professor Đorđe Mazinjanin, PhD, was born in Novi Karlovci, the municipality of Inđija, on 12 October 1955.

He completed the Nikola Tesla Secondary School of Electrical Engineering in Belgrade and graduated from the PTT College in Belgrade, majoring in telecommunications.

He obtained his specialist post-graduate degree at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, majoring in electronic business, with the paper entitled The Technology of Communication between the Government and Citizens. He obtained his master’s degree from the same Faculty with the paper entitled The Methods of Communication between the Government and Citizens in Electronic Business Operations of the City Administration to obtain his academic title: MSc in technical sciences – the sphere of organizational sciences for electronic business operations.

He also obtained a degree as an economist in the sphere of management from the Management School of Megatrend University in Belgrade. He obtained his PhD in Electronic Business Operations from the Faculty of Business Studies of the same university with his paper The model of managing the infrastructure of public services of the citizens in the electronic operations of the city administration to obtain a PhD degree in economic sciences.

At the outset of his rich professional career, he worked as an independent constructor in the Radio Development of Electronic Industry Nikola Tesla in Belgrade (1977-1981). Thereafter, he taught subjects in the sphere of electrical engineering (in the PTT College in Belgrade – telephony, VF devices, telegraphy, TT lines (until 2004).

In the 2004 – 2012 period, with short breaks as a result of his performance of public functions, he was employed with PE PTT Srbija (present-day Pošta Srbije).

In the course of his career, he discharged many public and other functions such as: the chairman of the Executive Board of the Municipal Assembly of Palilula (2000-2002), a secretary at the Secretariat of Economics of the City of Belgrade (January 2005 – September 2008), the chairman of the school board of the PTT College in Belgrade, a member of the school board of the Rade Končar Secondary Technical School in Belgrade. He worked as an advisor to the chairman of the Regional Chamber of Novi Sad for information technologies.

Currently, Đorđe Mazinjanin performs the duties of deputy director of PE Sava Centre. At the same time, as a professor of vocational studies, he teaches Computer Architecture and Operating Systems, the System Theory and the Computer Network and Telecommunications at the College of Applied Technology Studies in the town of Arandjelovac.

He published a large number of professional papers, independently or with a group of authors, as part of publications of national and international importance.

He participated in the launch, preparation and implementation of the following projects: a project of preparation of the information system for the Palilula Municipal Assembly, the project entitled The introduction of the GPS system in the taxi service of the city of Belgrade, the Strategy of Development of the Agriculture of the City of Belgrade until 2015, the project entitled The Strategy of Development of the Tourist Trade of the City of Belgrade until 2018 and the project entitled The Strategy of Development of the Trade of the City of Belgrade until 2015.

He is a member of the E-development Association.

He attended a large number of seminars and lectures both in this country and abroad.

Apart from his extensive professional career, Đorđe Mazinjanin was also successful as a folk dancer (some 1000 performances), and as an art manager and choreographer in many cultural and artistic societies in this country. With the Branko Radičević Cultural and Artistic Society of Novi Banovci, he won third prize awarded by the expert jury and first prize awarded by the audiences at the Festival of Vojvodina Societies for his choreography entitled Dances of Western Serbia. He conveyed his expertise in the sphere of choreography to members of cultural and artistic societies in Germany (Wiesbaden) and Hungary. He completed many seminars in folk songs and dances and folk costume. He was the organizer of a number of festivals of folk songs and dances of the Republic of Serbia under the auspices of the Independent Trade Union of Serbia.

His dancing career and love of folklore contributed to his performing the duty of a member of the Managing Board of the Đoka Pavlović (1987 – 2010) Cultural and Artistic Society and the chairman of the managing board of the Kolo national ensemble of songs and dances (2013 – 2015).

For his work in the field of amateurism he received many recognitions from a variety of institutions of the Republic of Serbia and Cultural and Artistic Societies.

He uses the English and Russian languages.

He is married with two children.

Mira Stevanović, the Director of Internal Audit

Born in the village of Bogdanica, on Mt Maljen, the municipality of Gornji Milanovac, in 1959. She graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Belgrade University, Electronics Department, majoring in telecommunications, in 1983.

She began her professional career at RO PTT Saobraćaja “Čačak“, executing the tasks of planning and construction of the telecommunications network in the region of the then NG Čačak (Čačak, G. Milanovac, Ivanjica, Lučani).

In the period between 1987 and 1991, she worked for EI Fabrika PUPIN, where she managed the Design Bureau and participated in the development of the digital switching system, as an engineer for the development of signalling modules.

From 1991 she performed the duties of planning, development and construction of the switching network of Serbia as the chief engineer in charge of switching systems at the Section for the Development of Telephone Switching Systems of the Development Department within the Development and Investments Division of JP PTT Saobraćaja “Srbija”.

She participated in the digitalization of the Serbian telecommunications network, introduction of new services, definition of architecture and construction of the next generation multi-service network (NGN), as the head of the Transport Engineering Section and the head of the Technologies and Architecture Section within the Department for Technologies, Architecture and Planning of the Network Division of Telecommunications Company “Telekom Srbija” Beograd, from its set-up to 2007.

In the period between 2007 and 2010, she coordinated and organized the activities related to development plans, the design and introduction of new technologies in the sphere of the telecommunications systems and automatic management, as the development director within the Telegroup and Dsistem Beograd companies.

In June 2010 she returned to Telekom Srbija and until 2013 she participated in the planning and optimization of the broadband access network, testing of new technologies, technical preparations for the construction of the broadband access network (MSAN&DSLAM devices) and drawing up of a scenario for the introduction of new access technologies (FTTx, P2P), as an engineer in charge of telecommunications devices in the access network within the Section for Cable Access Network Engineering of the Department for Access TC Network Engineering of the Technical Affairs Division.

From February 2013 to her appointment as director of Internal Audit, she performed the duties of the manager of the Service Audit Department within the Internal Audit of Telekom Srbija.

In October 2015, she completed the PwC Mini MBA programme at the PwC' Academy, and in the course of 2016 the General Management Programme in the organization of the Mokra Gora School of Management.

She is a member of the Serbian Association of Internal Auditors and the Serbian Chamber of Engineers and holds the licences of a responsible designer and responsible contractor for the works of the telecommunications networks and systems (353 and 453) and a responsible designer of electrical installations of low and medium voltage (350). She passed an expert exam for performing the tasks of a coordinator for the drawing up of designs (Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Welfare, Safety at Work and Occupational Health Administration).

She speaks English and Russian.

Married and a mother of two.

Aleksandar Radovanović, Company Secretary

Born in Belgrade in 1970. Graduated from the School of Law of Belgrade University, International Law Department, as one of the best students of his generation. He completed the specialist post-graduate studies at the Institute of Legal and Social Sciences of the School of Law of Belgrade University, acquiring the following academic title: a specialist for contracts in international trade.

From 1996, he worked in the Legal Affairs Section of PTT Srbija, performing the duties in the normative sphere. As of the foundation of Telekom Srbija in 1997 he was engaged in performing the duties of Managing Board Secretary and head of the Section for Support to Corporate Governance Bodies. In 2005, he was appointed chief officer of the Department for Support to Corporate Governance Bodies and Status and Legal Affairs, and in 2009, manager of the Department for Corporate and Legal Support within the Legal Affairs Function. As an authorized representative of Telekom Srbija a.d, he participated in sessions of the General Meeting of Telekom Srpske Banja Luka, where he was elected chairman of the General Meeting.

In his professional work so far, he has acquired substantial experience in the sphere of lending support to corporate governance bodies and performing duties in the status and legal affairs area, and in other legal support tasks in a large number of significant projects implemented by Telekom Srbija a.d. particularly in the field of legal support in the process of concluding various types of commercial contracts and other legal affairs with foreign entities.

Apart from the foregoing, as a representative of Telekom Srbija a.d, he was part of the team of the Foreign Investors Council which proposed solutions and provided comments during the preparation of the draft Law on Business Companies and other legal drafts, and participated in the activities within the republic and city chambers of commerce in providing proposals for solutions and comments to draft documents in the domain of corporate law and corporate management (the Code of Corporate Management of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the like). He speaks English. He is married, the father of one child.