Zoran Puljic is the Director of Mozaik Social Enterprise and the 2010 Schwab (World Economic Forum) Social Entrepreneur in Central and Eastern Europe. He successfully started several non- and for-profit organizations, all of which aim for economic and social empowerment of disadvantaged groups, primarily youth and women in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zoran served in, and chaired on, numerous domestic and international boards, including the German Marshall Fund (Balkan Trust for Democracy), European Foundation Centre (Grantmakers East Forum), Resource Alliance, ICNL, EU TACSO and Bigmev. He recently completed the Harvard Kennedy Arts and Science of System Change Program and the Harvard Business School Strategic Perspectives in Non-profit Management Program. He was a Duke University Fellow in Civil Society, INSEAD Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship and BoardSource Fellow in Non-Profit Governance. He holds an MBA and an MA certificate in Development; and in addition to his mother tongue, he is fluent in English, German and Spanish.