County prefect deputies

County prefect deputies

Luka Brčić

 

He was born on September 14, 1969 in Otok near Sinj and finished elementary school there. Later, he studied at the Franciscan Classical Grammar School in Sinj. Upon finishing high school, he served in the military. In 1995 he graduated from the Catholic Faculty of Theology in Zagreb.
He started working as a high school teacher in Dubrava (Zagreb) and Velika Gorica. He mostly taught Religious Education and occasionally Ethics. Afterwards, he started teaching at Maritime High School in Split where he stayed for seven years, at which point he was appointed county prefect deputy. He served two terms of office as county prefect deputy for social functions. He is the founder and editor of local newspapers (“Otočki glasnik”) and President of the Administrative Council of Split-Dalmatia County Medical Centre.
He is married to his wife Marija with whom he has one child.


ANTE ŠOŠIĆ

 

He was born on September 25, 1972, in Aržavo, Cista Provo Municipality. He finished elementary school in Aržano, after which he graduated from Technical High School in Split where he obtained the certification of engineering technician. In 1996 he graduated from the Faculty of Economics, specializing in macroeconomics, and in 2005 he received his Master’s Degree from the same faculty with a thesis entitled, “Compensation management in construction companies.” In the period between 1998 and 2002 he has been performing the function of professional associate for finances and accounting for T.D. Dal-koning, LLC from Split, where he was appointed financial director. Since 2003, apart from the aforementioned duties, he was appointed director of the Company’s General Affairs, with authority over all of the company’s departments and functions. In 2009 he started his own company for consultations, accounting and financial affairs. He is the recipient of The Most Successful Entrepreneur award in 2010, given by portal Poslovna Hrvatska. He is married to his wife Marija with whom he has three children.