Suzana Grubješić was born in 1963 in Sombor. She graduated in 1986 at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade, International Relations department. In early 1990s she lived and worked in the United States of America and Cyprus. In 1995, she returned to Serbia to work as a project manager in the European Movement in Serbia and the journal “International Politics”. Until 1999, she was a project manager at G17, and then in the G17 PLUS Expert Network, she served as executive director until 2001. At the beginning of the 2000s, she was a Deputy CEO of the G17 Institute for Economic and Policy Research, and as of 2004 a Member of Parliament, Chairperson of the Parliamentary Group, President and Member of the Committee for European Integration, member of the Parliamentary committees on Finance and Economic Development Committee. For six years she was the Head of the Parliamentary Delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (2006-2012), and then Deputy Prime-Minister for European Integration of the Government of the Republic of Serbia (2012-2013). In the Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD) she worked as an Senior Fellow in International Relations (2014-2015), and from November 2015 to July 2017, she was a Special Advisor for European Integration at the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications. She speaks English, and has a working knowledge of French, German and Greek.