Balkan Museum Network Steering Board has 5 members. As the voice of the BMN, the Steering Board is committed to creating opportunities for members to work together and to promote the Mission and Vision of the Network. Previous Board Members were Dr Diana Walters, Jonathan Eathon, Zana Hoxha, Atila Hornok, Etleva Demollari, Sali Kadria and Elma Hašimbegović. We would like to thank them for their contribution to the development of BMN!
Curator and archaeologist involved in the development of the Balkan museum Network from 2006. She is a former director of the National Museum in Belgrade (2003-2012), where she still works as a museum adviser. She has a rich experience both in a museum management, strategic planning and development and collection presentation and interpretation. From 2003 to 2006 she was the vice-president of the national ICOM committee. She holds Ph.D. in archaeology from the Belgrade University, Serbia and is an alumna of the fellowship programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. She is the author of three books and more than sixty papers in the field of Roman archaeology, archaeology in museums, and history of those disciplines.
Tatjana Cvjetićanin is a president of the BMN Steering Board.
Irena Ružin PhD, is Program Director of the Institute and Museum Bitola since 2006. Her professional work is mostly in management of international and national projects, marketing and cultural heritage education. Irena is Board member of BMN and a member of the Access Group. The experience gained through BMAG trainings and activities Irena implemented at Bitola museum. At the moment, Irena is working in cooperation with museums and colleagues from BMAG, various associations and schools on projects of accessibility and inclusion. Irenaruzin(at)gmail(dot)com
Milena Milošević Micić works as a Senior Curator and is acting director of the Homeland Museum of Knjaževac. For the past 16 years she has been working on the development of the museum programs, projects and collections as well as in management and promotion of museum's work with a main goal to develop new role of the museum in the local community. She believes that museums are public spaces open for everyone, forums for open dialogs or debates, places of unique values of common heritage. She is a member of ICOM, Serbian Museum Association, and proud member of the Balkan Museum Network™ Steering Board and Access Group. milenija2901(at)gmail(dot)com
Azra is senior conservator at the National Museum of BiH since 1998. She holds degree in textile engineering (B.A) from University of Zagreb, Croatia and MA degree in conservation of Historical Objects at Archaeology Department, Durham University, the United Kingdom. In last years she accommodate a students and young professional at conservation laboratory at the National Museum of BH and gave them basic training in conservation/supervision, also she works in Bosnians schools on promotion of conservation as a profession. Azra also works very closely with smaller museums in country on development of storages and conservation of objects as well as designing of exhibitions. During the years, Azra has been one of lecturers at CHwBâ€™s Regional Restoration Camps. She is an active member of ICOM BiH, ICOM SEE and since 2016 president of Association for Librarians, Archivist, and Museologist (BAM).
Skender is Director of the Museum of Kosova. He is specialized in the management of complex multi-cultural projects and strategic planning.Â Graduated fine arts at Prishtina University, he is a successful practicing artist, curator and manager in the field of culture and cultural heritage. Skender is active contributor to institution building process in Kosovo, in the field of youth, culture and cultural heritage. He was involved in the creation of several youth, cultural and environmental associations throughout the country.