Born in 1981 in Novi Sad, where she still lives today. After graduating from high school in Novi Sad, she earned a master's degree in economics.

During 16 years of work experience, both in the private sector and the banking sector, as well as in the public sector of the City of Novi Sad, she gained significant experience in the field of economics and finance, as well as in the procedures necessary for the implementation of the most important infrastructure projects.

She started her ten-year career in the banking sector in 2008. She was a member of several professional bodies and working groups related to projects in the creation of new banking products.

As an assistant commissioner of the bank, she spent five years on the tasks of conducting the bankruptcy proceedings over the bank, where she cooperated with the ministries of finance and economy.

She has many years of experience in working on the financial consolidation of companies, in the field of drafting business, investment and business plans and financial consolidation plans of companies, as well as two years of experience in the preparation of economic and financial expert reports for the purposes of conducting court proceedings before commercial and basic courts, as well as other mediation procedures and debt-creditor settlements.

She was part of the Working Group of the City of Novi Sad, which in 2014 worked on professional rehabilitation and financial consolidation of several city public utility companies.

In 2018, she was appointed assistant mayor of Novi Sad for finance.

As head of the Investment Team of the City of Novi Sad, she led two public-private partnership procedures with concession elements, the implementation of which is ongoing.

She is part of the working body formed by the mayor for the implementation of the reconstruction process of the Sports and Business Center of Vojvodina, as well as a project of special importance – the project for the construction of a new bridge – the ringroad around Novi Sad.

She is a member of the Working Group of the City of Novi Sad for the implementation of Smart City.

She was a participant in several different conferences and panels on the topic of implementation of public-private partnership projects in the Republic of Serbia.

In September 2020, she was elected as a member of the City Council of the City of Novi Sad for the area of ​​budget, finance and investments.

In April 2018, she was appointed as the President of the Board of Trustees of the Agency for Licensing Bankruptcy Trustees.

Adrijana Mesarović