Dina joined the CINS investigative team in mid-2017, having finished the CINS Investigative Journalism School in 2015 as the most successful participant. From 2015 until joining CINS, she worked as a journalist on the aviation website Tango Six. She started her career as a TV journalist at TV Production Group Mreža in 2014. Nowadays she predominantly covers environmental and aviation topics, as well as energy. She has experience working on cross-border stories – in 2020 she wrote about problems concerning renewable energy sources in the Balkans for the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence awarded by BIRN. She contributes to the CINS multimedia production by making short videos and infographics. In 2019 Dina won several national and international awards for investigative stories related to small hydropower plants in Serbia, which she had worked on together with a coworker – the Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism handed by the South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO) and the Central European Initiative (CEI); the EU Investigative Journalism Award; a special merit award within the National Awards for Excellence in Investigative Journalism handed by the Independent Journalists’ Association and the U.S. Embassy, while in 2018 she was a finalist in this category. She also won the 2018 Marina Kovačev award for best younger journalist under 30 in Serbia, handed by the Novi Sad School of Journalism. Dina was a member of the CINS team that won the 2017 Dušan Bogavac award for ethics and courage. She is experienced in holding trainings for journalists.