Born in Belgrade in 1975. She obtained a master’s degree (MBA diploma) in marketing from Hull University. She has more than ten years of experience in working with international organisations, foreign investors, local self-government and the public sector in Serbia. In August 2016 she was elected Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government and she performed that function until her election as Prime Minister of Serbia. She is President of the Serbian government’s Council for Innovative Entrepreneurship and Information Technologies, as well as of the Serbian Council for National Minorities and is Vice President of the Serbian Council for Public Administration Reform. As Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government, she worked on a faster introduction of e-administration in Serbia in order to secure a more efficient work of the public administration and on the fight against corruption. She is a member of the group “New Leaders for Europe” as part of the World Economic Forum. She actively participated in the establishment of the National Alliance for Local Economic Development. She took part in the founding and was the first Executive Director, as well as a member of the Managing Board of the non-profit organisation PEXIM.