Haris Hromic, "an American by choice, was born 1976 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has been a New York City Resident since 1996 and a member of Carnegie Council New Leader Program since its inception.
"Presently, Mr. Hromic works for the Institutional Client Group of Lehman Brothers. Before moving to Lehman he served as Senior Analyst for New York City Mayor Bloomberg's Office of Management and Budget, with oversight responsibilities for $1.6 billion capital program. Prior to that, he served as Business Consultant at the NYC Office of the Comptroller concurrently holding a Research Associate position at the Research Foundation of the City University of New York where he worked on a nation-wide study of executive leadership, municipal resource allocation policy, and pressure group politics.
"Mr. Hromic is a co-founder of Academy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in New York and a Head of Academy's Civic Diplomacy Group. He serves as the Head of US section of the Foreign Policy Initiative in Sarajevo and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Bosniak American Advisory Council in Washington DC, where he serves as a Director of Foreign Affairs.
"He served as a Dayton Project Fellow, on a project of constitutional reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2004/2005). He holds Masters of Arts in Political Science from New York University specializing in International Political Economy, Masters of Public Affairs specializing in Public Management from Baruch College Graduate School of Public Affairs, and a B.B.A in International Marketing from Zicklin School of Business. Hromic has published works in the field of international relations, social reconstruction and genocide, and gender leadership politics."