Management Board of Sections

Management Boards of sections are their highest executive bodies. Their members decide on the issues concerning the implementation of the adopted program and implement the Assembly resolutions.

Within the management of the Managers’ Association of Slovenia, the sections are represented by their presidents.

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Tanja Subotić Levanič

President of the Young Managers' Section

Tanja Subotić Levanič is the Corporate Relations Director at Pivovarna Laško Union and since December 2019 a president of the Young Managers' Section of the Managers’ Association of Slovenia. She holds a degree from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana and was leading Integrated Communications at the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia (2016–2018), was Marketing and Communications Manager at IBM Slovenia (2008–2013), Marketing and Communications Leader at IBM South East Europe (2013–2015) and Marketing Campaign Leader (Commerce) at IBM Central East Europe (2015–2016). She emphasises four guidelines in her programme in her three-year term as a president of young managers: people, prosperity, planet and mission.

"The direction is sustainable. We will put environmental, social and financial responsibility at the forefront. Forty percent of millennials believe that the goal of every business should be an improvement of a society where we live. A mission, not just profit, will become the new norm. That means we need to be the drivers of change for the better. It's time for action."

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Sarah Jezernik

President of the Female Managers' Section

Sarah Jezernik, Deputy General Manager, was elected President of the Female Managers' Section on December 11, 2020. "I am very proud and honored to be able to lead the Female Managers' Section in this term, We will continue to strive for systemic regulation of gender balance in companies' management positions. At the same time, I will strive to implement diversity and respect for fellow human beings."

She was born in London but spent her childhood and youth in Maribor. She studied in Vienna and Maribor, where she graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Business with a diploma and a postgraduate degree in international economics.