Mark Boris Andrijanič is a lawyer and an expert in public affairs from Slovenia. He is a member of Uber’s Public Policy team, responsible for Central and Eastern Europe where he leads Uber’s efforts to establish partnerships with governments and cities aimed at promoting digital transformation and smart mobility solutions. Prior to joining Uber, Mr. Andrijanič was a Visiting Fellow at the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies in Brussels, where his research focused on EU’s foreign and energy policy. Mr. Andrijanič worked closely with Members of the European Parliament and senior officials at the European Commission on some of the key foreign policy issues facing the EU. Before coming to Brussels, he advised the Government of Sierra Leone on natural resource governance reform. In his native Slovenia, he co-founded and led some of the leading NGOs aimed at promoting active citizenship and entrepreneurship.
Mr. Andrijanič was a speaker at various international conferences in Europe and the US, and has published in the European View, an international journal published by Springer. He became a David Rockefeller Fellow at the Trilateral Commission in 2017.
Mr. Andrijanič received his Master’s in public policy from the University of Oxford and has a degree in law from the University of Ljubljana.