Our team

Adisa Džino Šuta

Head of Office

Architect and program manager working for CHwB since 2007.
In February 2014 appointed as a Head of Office.
For me heritage is living force, rooting us in our past and inspiring us to shape our future. I believe that all of us are finding piece of ourselves in it by rediscovering and reinterpreting it over and over, as heritage is integral part of our lives.

Aida Vežić

Regional Museum Coordinator

Project manager who works for CHwB since February 2012. Apart from developing museum cooperation and Balkan Museum Network, Aida enjoys designing new projects (starting from log frame matrix). Research and resource finding are her favourite activities. Finished Faculty of Economics at the University of Sarajevo and Master Program “Cultural Projects for Development“, organised by the University of Torino and International Labour Organisation.

Aida Mia Alić

Community Outreach Officer

As a Press Officer, Aida joined the team in July 2014. Since 2004, she has worked as a journalist for regional and international media, and as a PR professional in the field of transitional justice and human rights protection. Aida finished journalism at the Faculty of Political Science in Sarajevo. She is interested in oral history, art and travel.

Ada Hamidović

External Associate

Ada holds a BA degree in Economics. She has been working in NGO sector since 2011. The scope of her work includes managing project and financial administration, as well preparation of financial reports for different donors. Beside her professional orientation towards finance, she very much enjoys culture and art and feels responsibility and commitment towards human rights. Ada joined CHwB team in July 2016.

CHwB friends and family members


CHwB has developed thanks to a large number of former employees and interns who invested creativity and energy in the promotion of our work and protection of cultural heritage.

Immense gratitude goes to everyone individually!

Arijana Mandić

Employee from June 2014 to November 2017

Arijana is an architect by profession, dealing with cultural heritage aspects since 2006. She has been closely involved in many different activities and projects related to restoration, conservation and preservation of destroyed cultural heritage. “I believe that our cultural heritage represents irreplaceable source of life and inspiration.  Cultural heritage is something you deal with passion or you do not deal with at all!

Aida Salketić

Employee from November 2013 to February 2017, external associate until April 2018

Aida Salketić worked mostly with museums, on issues of human rights, diversity and peace building through cultural interaction and by connecting people. Aida holds a master degree in Art History and Literature from the University Sarajevo and she is a Fulbright research fellow alumna from University of Oregon.

Halid Lepan

Intern from November 2013 to July 2014

Due to my similar field of study (archaeology), my internship in the CHwB has contributed to a better understanding of the situation regarding cultural heritage in Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially the archaeological heritage.  The actual internship in CHwB has helped me get a scholarship for further education outside Bosnia and Herzegovina.

I think that cultural heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the ‘identity card’ of the country as well as of each individual who lives in it. Because of the diversity and richness of our cultural heritage, I think it is important to keep telling that it belongs to everyone who is living and those who will live.

Vanja Vuković

Employee from June 2014 to September 2015

Working for CHwB expanded my knowledge of finance, but I was able to gain knowledge about the processes of preservation and restoration of cultural heritage monuments, as well as a broader understanding of the issues regarding the protection of cultural monuments in BiH.

Conservation and protection of cultural heritage contributes to preserving the identity of people living in BiH and also helps create a better image of our country– one that is known for its many cultural monuments and not just by conflict and destruction, which is unfortunately often emphasized.

Boris Trapara

Intern from August 2014 to February 2015

In CHwB I worked on various projects in the field of protection and promotion of cultural heritage, through which I gained a lot of new skills and met a lot of professionals in the field of heritage protection. Thanks to my involvement in CHwB, I had the opportunity to visit Uppsala University and meet the Royal Swedish architect, Andreas Heymowski.

The diverse layers of our country’s heritage is a good example of universal historical, cultural and monumental value and as such, represents an inexhaustible source of knowledge and inspiration that we preserve for future generations.