Arts and design, Film and photography, Youth activism, Environment, Photography
My name is Nejra Gurbeta. I’m 19, and I live in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. I am an honor graduate from the First Bosniak High School, and I am currently a student at International Burch University in Electrical and Electronics Engineering – with a goal of becoming a professional engineer. I carry out volunteer work among different organizations, and at events such as the Sarajevo Film Festival, the European Youth Olympic Festival, the PBGS Model United Nations, the Sarajevo Youth Film Festival, and the Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering in BH, among others. I’ve broadened my horizons through volunteering so I may connect with different people. I’ve also had the opportunity to work on various scientific projects such as eTwinning: ‘Famous Female Mathematicians 2,’ and ‘the Effects of Vitamin C in GMO-selected Fruits and Vegetables’ for the European Researchers’ Night. Moreover, I attended the Loudoun International Youth Leadership Summit (LIYLS ’20) in Virginia, USA. I’m an amateur photographer, and I enjoy using my skills to convey a meaningful story, reveal the different aspects of everyday things, and inspire individuals who are on the ‘other side’ of the screen. In addition, I continue to participate in different races (Vivicitta – Challenge of Equality, Race for the Cure, Sarajevo 5K Spring Run, Democracy Race).