Born in Zenica in 1991, Majda graduated from the Faculty of Math and Science in Tourism and Environmental Protection in Sarajevo. She has been an activist in her hometown for years, dealing with topics such as environment, culture, civic solidarity and disobedience, as well as sustainable living and change of consciousness. Along with friends she established and actively held a local youth association, with the aim of promoting all kinds of alternatives and resistance to mass consumerism. She also started Zenica’s Critical mass and Bajkultura, initiatives that promote bicycle as a lifestyle. Majda has been active in CfE since 2019 on the Energy and Climate Change program. She likes to joke that despite her positive vibes and attitude, obviously, she cannot run away from the dark topics such as coal and pollution: since she has years of work experience in a local coal mine, and at the same time resisting to a classical life in the most polluted BH city. She likes traveling to the unknown, cooking without any recipes, mountains, yoga and meditation. If she is not cycling around somewhere, then she enjoys walking her dog or cuddling her cat.