Jasmina Jovev holds a master’s degree in journalism with 20 years of professional experience. She is a specialist in foreign policy, and is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb. As President of the Anti-Corruption Commission in Sisak-Moslavina County, from 2015 to 2019, she launched a series of anti-corruption projects with a focus on Matriculation and Corruption classes and co-operation with the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Croatia, Anti-Corruption Sector. She personally experienced corruption working as the Head of Sisak-Moslavina County Cabinet, and in 2014 decided to become a “whistleblower” to stop corruption chain in the County. The result of the “whistle” was the filing of criminal charges against the Sisak-Moslavina counties alleging that the County was damaged by HRK 10.5 million. The court case is still in process.