Spokesperson at Government of Republic of Macedonia
Mile Bosnjakovski graduated at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Faculty of Philosophy in Skopje at the Institute of History.
At the moment, he is working on his master thesis for postgraduate studies in the field of Strategic Communications Management at the Institute of Communicational Studies.
Mile Bosnjakovski started his professional career as a journalist, in 1999 as an editor and host of the national television Kanal 5, and later on in 2002 became an editor and moderator of the central news of the MRTV public service. In addition to the television engagement, Bosnjakovski works with print media as well as news agencies in Macedonia and outside of the country, such as Makfax, weekly ZUM, weekly Forum etc.
In 2004, Bosnjakovski joined the Macedonian Institute of Media team and assumed the role of training coordinator in the project ‘One-Year School for Journalists’, from which the higher educational institution “School of Journalism and Public Relations” is accredited for today.
In 2006, Mile Bosnjakovski assumed the role of Director of Corporate Communications in T-Mobile Macedonia, a sector responsible for external communication; internal as well as the corporate responsibility of the company. Bosnjakovski is the only Macedonian manager who is part of the operational team in implementing the rebranding process from Mobimak into T-Mobile. He is also a regular member of the Deutsche Telekom communication team, and has also worked on the global strategy of the company for corporate responsibility.
In 2010, Bosnjakovski continued his career in the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and served as an expert in advocacy and communications. Program components such as demographics and population, and youth policies were within the regular activities it covered and at the same time training for “Gender Transformation Programs” were passed. Bosnjakovski was also part of a global international roster at UNFPA (located at the United Nations building in New York) to a team of communicators who intervene amid humanitarian crises all over the world.
Apart from public relations training, the Monitoring and Evaluation – IDDET training is of great importance in the representation and media, organized by the University of Carlston Canada, whose certificate is owned by Mile Bosnjakovski,