As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, more than a year ago, former Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic stepped down from her role as head of the Croatian state, and now she works as an advisor at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management, reports Exkluziv.
”I’m very comfortable with my new position and I must say that this is somehow a pleasant departure from the political world and that sort of life, and yet it offers many opportunities in what I love the most, and that is international relations and international cooperation, connecting institutions, connecting people, and promoting Croatia,” said former President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic when asked about the changes that have taken place in her life since leaving the political world, emphasising that things have totally changed for her.
”My life has changed a lot, not only because I’m no longer in that position, but also because of these pandemic-induced conditions. The lives of each and every one of us have altered,” said the former president, adding that she is extremely interested in the world of athletes and how they can be helped in their later transition between their sporting life and the ”normal world”, as well as continuing to engage them in private entrepreneurial activities following their retirement from sport.
She also revealed where she sees herself in the future and what she sees as a continuation of her career.
”One day I’m attracted to becoming a professor, maybe to have my own course, to teach people,” former Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic concluded.