Ana Nenezić graduated at the Law Faculty of the University of Montenegro. She completed professional exam for work in state authorities. Since 2009, she has been employed in the Centre for Civic Education (CCE), first as an associate and then as programme coordinator. She has successfully completed European Integration School in organisation of CCE, CDNGO and EMinMNE, with the support of FOSI ROM, Regional Democracy School organised by FES, Centre for International Relations from Banja Luka and Centre for International Studies from Zagreb, as well as the Natural Law School in Kopaonik. She finished training for management in civil society organisations, project writing for EU funds, policy papers writing and techniques of public advocacy. In the area of leadership and European integration, she specialised in the country and abroad, including the study visit to European Parliament in Brussels in the organisation of Women Democratic Network, International Republican Institute (IRI) and European People’s Party, followed by programme of Gender and Political Leadership in Budapest of Robert Schuman Institute, Euro-Mediterranean Leadership Programme in Izmir organised by IRI, Political Academy of the Austrian People’s Party, and seminars of political skills development of UK Conservative Party and NDI. In 2017, she was fellow within prestigious International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP) in organisation of US State Department. As member of Working Group, she took part in drafting of Communication Strategy for informing public about EU and preparations of Montenegro for membership for the period 2014 – 2018 and currently she is member of Consultative Body with the mandate to monitor and evaluate the implementation of activities from Communication Strategy. She is member of WG for preparation and conduct of negotiations on accession of Montenegro to the EU for Chapter 23 (Judiciary and Fundamental Rights), WG for Chapter 28 (Consumer and Health Protection), as well as the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) between Montenegro and the European Economic and Social Committee. She was also member of WG for development of draft Media Law. She previously worked as secretary for presidency of one political party. During her studies she was active in the work of students’ organisations. She is co-author and author of publications Europe in my city – civil society, local government, citizens – the role and place in the European integration process, citizens’ attitudes and perceptions about the integration processes; Europe in my town – what are we negotiating about and what do negotiations with the EU bring us; Working group for preparation and conduct of negotiations with the EU – importance, role and position of members; Judiciary and Court of Public; Think Locally – Act Locally!; Are municipalities in Montenegro fighting against corruption and how?; national reports Equal chances for all media – for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, as well as the international one Eroding freedoms – media and soft censorship in Montenegro. Fluent in English, with basic knowledge of French language.