Jasna Matić

Jasna Matić
Јасна Матић
Minister of Telecommunications and Information Society
In office
July 7, 2008  March 14, 2011
Preceded by Aleksandra Smiljanić
Succeeded by Predrag Marković
(Merged into Ministry of Culture)
Personal details
Born (1964-01-14) January 14, 1964
Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality Serbian
Political party G17 Plus
Education Faculty of Civil Engineering
Alma mater University of Belgrade
Washington University in St. Louis

Jasna Matić (Serbian Cyrillic: Јасна Матић, born January 14, 1964) is a Serbian business consultant and a politician.

She was born in Belgrade and received a degree in Civil Engineering in 1994 from the University of Belgrade's Faculty of Civil Engineering as well as a degree in Business Administration in 2001 from Washington University in St. Louis.

From 1994 to 1999, she worked as a civil engineer and project coordinator in Masinoproject Kopring, Belgrade. She is versed in presentation skills, public speaking, negotiating, and management of organisations and processes.

From 2001 to 2002, she was Adviser to the Yugoslav Deputy Prime Minister. She was also a World Bank consultant in Washington D.C. from 2000 to 2001.

She was Chief Adviser of the project for the promotion of Serbia’s competitiveness to Booz Allen Hamilton, USAID.

From 2004 to 2007, she was Director of the Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency - SIEPA.

She was appointed State Secretary of the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development in 2007 and held the position until July 2008.

On July 7, 2008, she was elected Minister of Telecommunications and Information Society[1][2] and was dismissed on March 14, 2011.

She currently holds the position of the State Secretary for Digital Agenda in the Ministry of Culture, Information, and Informational Society.[3][4] Speaks English, and has a working knowledge of Italian and German.


Government offices
Preceded by
Aleksandra Smiljanić
Minister of Telecommunications and Information Society of Serbia
2008 - 2011
Succeeded by
Predrag Marković
(Merged into Ministry of Culture)

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