Stevan Dojčinović is an investigative reporter based in Belgrade and editor-in-chief of the KRIK. He works for the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) as a regional editor. He has specialized in investigating organized crime, corruption, privatization deals, money laundering, private security agencies and the gambling industry. Stevan is the author of the book Šarić − Kako je balkanski kokainski kartel osvojio Evropu about the role of the Balkan mafia in international cocaine smuggling. He also teaches journalists how to collect and analyze business data and property records. He won international 2018 Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism, given by the Central European Initiative (CEI) and the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO). As a leader of KRIK team in 2017 Stevan won Data Journalism Award and journalistic award for ethics and courage „Dusan Bogavac“. As a member of OCCRP investigative team he won European Press Prize and Global Shining Light Award in 2015. He was the runner up for the 2015 Duško Jovanović award for the contribution and development of investigative journalism, and won the 2013 Jug Grizelj award for achievement in investigative journalism, the 2011 Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting and three times the Serbian National Award for investigative reporting, in 2016, 2012 and 2011. From 2012 to 2015 Stevan was the editor in chief of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia (CINS).
Bojana Jovanovic is an investigative reporter and deputy editor of the KRIK. For five years, she was an investigator for the Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia (CINS). Since 2010 she has worked as a contributing investigative reporter for the international non-profit organization Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). As part of the KRIK investigative team Bojana won Data Journalism Award in 2017. She also received two the National awards for investigative journalism - in 2011 and 2012. She trains journalist how to use online resources and databases.
Dragana Peco works as an investigative journalist at KRIK and Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and a staff researcher for the Investigative Dashboard (ID) online platform. For six years she worked for the Centre for Investigative Reporting of Serbia (CINS). She won international 2018 Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism, given by the Central European Initiative (CEI) and the South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO). In 2019, she received EU Award for the Best Journalistic Investigative Story in Serbia. As part of the KRIK investigative team, in 2017 Dragana won Data Journalism Award and journalistic award for ethics and courage „Dusan Bogavac“. She received the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence 2014 and three National awards for investigative journalism, in 2011, 2014 and 2016. Dragana trains other reporters in advanced journalism techniques, how to research business registries worldwide and follow the money.
Jelena Vasic is a project manager at KRIK and investigative reporter who has worked with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). From 2012 to April 2015 she was a member of journalistic team of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia (CINS). She graduated at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. As part of the KRIK investigative team she won Data Journalism Award in 2017. Jelena has won national annual award for investigative journalism in the category of online media for 2013.
Bojana Pavlovic works as a reporter at KRIK. She began her career as a journalist in the daily newspaper “Politika”. As an intern she worked in “Transparency Serbia” an NGO dedicated to curbing corruption. She started working as an investigative journalist in the Centre for investigative Reporting in Serbia. As part of the KRIK investigative team Bojana won Data Journalism Award in 2017. Apart from Serbian, she speaks English and Italian.
Vesna Radojevic is a reporter and editor of KRIK’s project "Raskrikavanje." She began her career as a journalist in the "PG Network" in 2011 and continued at "Istinomer" where she worked until October 2017. She recieved the National Award for Investigative Journalism. As a student, she won the "Borivoje Mirkovic" Award in 2012 for the best student TV contribution.
Milica Vojinovic is a reporter at KRIK. She is a final year journalism student at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade. She does investigative stories, covers day-to-day matters in the fields of crime and corruption and reports from court trials. She speaks English and Spanish.
Jelena Radivojevic works as a reporter at KRIK. During her internship she was involved in investigative journalism and also in daily reporting about crime and corruption. Jelena reports on some of the country's major organized crime trials. She is a student of journalism at the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade. Before entering journalism, she was a human rights activist.
Marija Vucic works as a reporter on the project "Raskrikavanje." She started journalism in 2014 in the newspaper "Juzne vesti," after completing her master‘s studies in journalism at the Faculty of Philosophy in Niš. Since 2016 she has worked as a journalist and then a deputy editor-in-chief of the „Cenzolovka“ portal where she specialized in media and journalism topics. She worked as a fact-checker of the Center for Investigative Reporting of Serbia. Marija was awarded by the Media & Reform center in Niš for best reporting on the gray economy and illegal trade at the national level.
Marta Mihajlovic is a financial reporting administrative assistant at KRIK. She is responsible for conducting administrative affairs, planning activites and organizing events.
Snezana Petijevic is a project assistant at KRIK. She has been working in the civil sector since 2012, mainly in the sphere of project managment,developing and writing project proposals, with a special interest in the area of Financial management, Project management, Globalization and Migration management. She speaks English and Italian.