Lola Joksimović is the strategic manager at the Center for Cultural Decontamination.
She is engaged in activities concerning consulting, strategy implementations, strengthening capacities, planning and project realization, communication with international partners, and fundraising. She is a member of the Team Europe EU Delegation in Serbia as an independent expert for issues regarding EU integration and EU public policies.
Lola has been a member of the CZKD team since 2014.
Previous work experience: manager of the Point of Cultural Contact Office, the implementation body of the EU program “Culture 2007 – 2013” (Ministry of Culture, Information and Information Society of the Republic of Serbia); project manager – The Days of Cultural Heritage – European Heritage Days, the Informal Regional Conference of Ministries of Culture – COE/Ministerial Conference; Project manager /Advertising Agency Incognito and World Bank/International Finance Corporation; Mediasat East Europe- Madrid/ Subsidiary for Madrid HUB for activities concerning press marketing; Program producer at the Belgrade Youth Center Belgrade; Executive producer and project coordinator of the project How to send a Message, the international exhibition “October Salon”; Film production, marketing, political campaigns for Delirium Film Production; Marketing director, Oikos Company; Coordination and production of artistic projects, PR/marketing at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade and at the Center for Contemporary Art in Belgrade.
Formal education: University of Arts in Belgrade/Center for interdisciplinary studies University LUMIERE in Lyon 2/Faculty for Anthropology and Sociology, the UNESCO Chair for Cultural Policy and Cultural Management, M.A. in cultural policies and cultural management, thesis: “From Culture to a Creative Europe“. Observoitoire des politiques culturelles; La maison des Cultures du MondeDepartement des Affaires europeennes et internationales du Ministre de la culture et de la communication, work dedicated to the state administration in the context of cultural policies within the program Courants du Monde; University of Arts in Belgrade, Center for professional development and consulting in the field of culture, arts and media in Belgrade: Certificate – Cultural Marketing and Strategic Planning in Cultural Institutions; University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy: B.A. in Archeology.
The International Republican Institute Washington: Certificate for PR and Marketing; General Direction for civic air traffic – Direction Generale de L’Aeronautique Civile, Belgrade: Flying license – Licence personnel de cabine.