Mr. Mark Harrison (Chair)
Mark has lived in Belgrade since 1998. He is married to Tamara and they have a son at ISB in Grade 7. Mark is the only English Solicitor in Serbia and the first European Lawyer to be registered by the Serbian Bar Association. Mark is Head of Harrisons, the only English law firm in the country. He received a B.A. Honors from the University of Keele in Law and Economics (with Philosophy and Mathematics). Mark then worked for Linklaters in London before leading the Central and Eastern European Practice at Eversheds. Mark is also Honorary Legal Adviser to the British Ambassadors to Serbia and to Montenegro. 

Mr. Boris Gershman (Treasurer)
Boris Gershman has been the Air Force Attaché at the US Embassy in Belgrade since 2017.  As a Foreign Area Officer he has spent much of his career overseas, including in Portugal, Germany, Macedonia and Japan.  Boris holds an MA in International Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.  He is married to Laura and they have two sons attending ISB's Lower School.
Mr. Ted Fisher (Secretary)
Ted Fisher is an Economic Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade.  As a Foreign Service Officer his previous postings were in Mexico, Croatia and Egypt. Ted holds an International MBA from the University of South Carolina and the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. He and his wife Sandra have a son attending ISB's Lower School. 
Mr. Kurt Donnelly
Kurt Donnelly is Deputy Chief of Mission at the US Embassy in Belgrade. Mr Donnelly and his wife arrived in Belgrade in 2016. Prior to that, he has had a lengthy career as a Foreign Service Officer. His previous overseas assignments include: Ankara, Turkey; Budapest, Hungary; Moscow, Russia; and Bonn, Germany. Mr Donnelly and his wife Ellen have three adult children.
Ms. Aleksandra Markovic
Aleksandra Markovic received her medical training and degree from the University of Belgrade. She worked in the ER of the Belgrade Clinical Center and continued her professional career in pursuing a specialization in internal medicine at the “Sveti Sava” hospital for cerebral and vascular diseases in Belgrade. Aleksandra and her family have lived abroad from 1998 to 2008, when upon their return to Serbia their daughter enrolled into ISB.
Ms. Aysegul Ozcan
Aysegul Ozcan works as the managing partner in the Acacia International Legal Services. In her extensive career, Ms. Ozcan has also worked for the Association of International Property Professionals, London, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, among others. She obtained her MBA in international business from the City University London, and an LLB from the Instanbul University. Ms. Ozcan and her husband have a son, who's been attending ISB since 2016. 
Mr. Thomas Lubeck
Thomas is the Regional Manager for the International Finance Corporation (Western Balkans), a member of the World Bank Group. He holds a Masters in accountancy from George Washington University USA and is responsible for development and realization of IFC's regional strategy in the Western Balkans. Prior to relocating to Serbia, he was IFC Regional Manager for the South Caucasus based in Tbilisi, Georgia, overseeing IFC activity in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. Thomas and his family moved to Belgrade in 2014 and have two children in the Lower School.
Mr. Vladimir Ilic
Vladimir Ilic is the owner of New Image d.o.o, a company positioned in IT and digital printing industry. Before joining the ISB Board of Trustees in 2017, he served as a member of its Development Committee. Mr. Ilic holds a B.A. and an M.A. in Applied Arts and Visual Communications, obtained from the University of Belgrade. He lives in Belgrade with his wife and son, who has been attending ISB since 2012.
Mr. Vladislav Lalic (Vice-Chair)
Vlada and his wife, Aleksandra, have two sons who attend ISB. During Vlada’s early years, from 6th to 9th grades, he attended the International School of Stockholm in Sweden. Vlada graduated in 1991 from the American College of Greece with a B.A. in Economics. Since then, Vlada has worked for IKEA, the Swedish home furnishing company, where he has held several senior management positions in Romania, Turkey and Spain. In 2009, Vlada returned to his home country of Serbia as IKEA’s Property & Expansion Manager for South East Europe. This is Vlada’s sixth year as a member of the Board of Trustees.