Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Mirzet Mujcic
President
Mr. Mujcic was born in Bratunac, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is a concentration camp (OS "Vuk Karadzic" Bratunac) survivor. Based in Richmond, Virgina, over the years, he has been an active member of the Bosnian-American Association in Richmond, where he played important role of Srebrenica Genocide recognition by City of Richmond. Mr. Mujcic is member of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada.
Fadil Cvrk
Secretary
Mr. Cvrk is based in Atlanta, Georgia. He serves as the president of Humanitarian Fond Atlanta that assists people in need in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and orphans in particular. Mr. Cvrk served as Secretary in Bosniak Community Georgia for 9 years and as a Coordinator in "1 Mart Coalition" for North America helping community to register to vote. He is a Srebrenica genocide survivor.
Mirsad Smajic
Treasurer
Mr. Smajic is a graduated economist and Manjaca concentration camp survivor. Mr. Smajic was one of founders of the Asociation Bosniaq de Quebec. He served in different volunteer roles throughout the Bosnian community in Toronto. Since 2000, he has served in Bosnian Islamic Association "Gazi-Husrev Beg" - Toronto, in the CNAB since 2006 , and in the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada since 2007.
Burhan Bey Husika MBA
Member
Mr. Husika holds a Master of Business Administration. As a Licensed Professional Engineer has worked in Canada and internationally for over 33 years. Currently Principal-In-Charge / Client Manager for various multimillion-dollar budget land development; Residential, Commercial, Institutional and Industrial projects. He is an active member of Bosniak community in Toronto in organizations such as BIA GHB, BCRA and CNAB.
Hamdija Custovic MBA
Member
Mr. Custovic holds a Master of Business Administration. He is an accomplished professional with more than 15 years of experience in financial services and technology. Over the years, he has been a community activist holding various nonprofit board positions in Congress of North American Bosniaks (2009 -2015) and a founding member of the Bosnian American Cultural Center in Charlotte, NC.
Haris Alibasic PhD
Member
Dr. Alibasic is a professor of public policy and administration, and author of the book on sustainability and resilience. He has over 22 years of professional experience working as a business development specialist for the Office of the High Representative, UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and sustainability and legislative director in Grand Rapids, MI. He has over 14 years of teaching experience at four universities in the US.
Murat Muratovic MS
Member
Mr. Muratovic has a Master of Science degree in Computer Science. He held various board positions in several non-profit organizations including CNAB, ACBH as well as local Bosnian Community organizations in St. Louis. From 2001-2010, Mr. Muratovic ran and published Bosnian newspaper “Dijaspora bosnjacka,” and hosted “Radio Behar,” Bosnian ethnic radio program in St. Louis.
Semir Djulic, prof.
Member
Mr. Djulic graduated sociology and philosophy at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo. He was born in Stolac and is now based in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Djulic dedicated his life helping different pro-Bosnian organizations and events. He is one of founders of the CNAB and the Islamic Community of North American Bosniaks. In his local community he helped organize Community of Bosniaks Georgia. He is Dretelj concentration camp survivor.
Rusmin Topalovic
Member
Mr. Topalovic was born in Zvornik, and now based in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a small business owner in St. Louis. Over the years, he has been an active member of a number of Bosnian non-profit organizations and events. He served as Vice President of Association of Srebrenica Genocide Survivors in St. Louis. Mr. Topalovic was also active in hosting "Radio Behar" program in St. Louis as well as TV Bostel St. Louis.
Emir Ramic PhD
Member
Dr. Ramic is a professor of Political Science. He is based in Hamilton, Ontario, and serves as Chairman of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada. Dr. Ramic is also a Member of the Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina