Filip, thank you for all that you've done in the past 6 years as president
of the chapter (and as a volunteer in the movement!).
Happy you are staying part of the board and have no doubt you'll continue
to share your knowledge and wisdom with others.
And of course -- congratulations to the new president!
I look forward to continue seeing great work and innovation from the
Serbian Chapter.

With much appreciation,

*Shani Evenstein Sigalov*

* Lecturer, Tel Aviv University.
* PhD Candidate, School of Education, Tel Aviv University.
* Azrieli Foundation Research Fellow.
* OER & Emerging Technologies Coordinator, UNESCO Chair
<> on Technology, Internationalization
and Education, School of Education, Tel Aviv University

* Member of the Board of Trustees
<>, Wikimedia
Foundation <>.
* Chairperson, The Hebrew Literature Digitization Society
* Chief Editor, Project Ben-Yehuda <>.


On Mon, Dec 9, 2019 at 11:37 PM Filip Maljkovic <> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> Wikimedia Serbia held its General Assembly last night, when I formally
> stepped down as the president of the chapter, after being in that
> position for 6 years. Miroslav Loci (aka Mickey Mystique) was
> unanimously elected as the new president of Wikimedia Serbia.
> Marko Adam stepped down as a board member and Teodora Lukić is the newly
> elected board member. Therefore, the board of Wikimedia Serbia now
> consists of the following people:
> 1. Miroslav Loci - president
> 2. Đorđe Stakić - vice-president
> 3. Filip Maljković
> 4. Miljan Simonović
> 5. Bojana Satarić
> 6. Teodora Lukić
> It has been a privilege to serve as the president of Wikimedia Serbia
> and I'm certain that it will remain a stable and regionally strong
> chapter in the following years.
> Cheers,
> Filip Maljković
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