Milica has been working as an investigative journalist and fact-checker since 2012, while she became Editor-in-Chief of the Center for Investigative Journalism of Serbia in 2018. She won the EU award for best young investigative journalist in Serbia in 2017, and with the CINS team won the prestigious 2017 European Press Prize for investigative journalism, for a series of articles on the failed fight against corruption in Serbia, as well as the WJP Anthony Lewis Prize for Exceptional Rule of Law Journalism and Dušan Bogavac award for ethics and courage. She investigated money laundering, botched privatizations, energy and environmental issues, private security, financing of political parties and the judiciary. As a fact-checker she cooperated with the international reporting network OCCRP, and as an external associate she contributes to the Poynter International Fact-Checking Network. She led the creation of the first online game on the topic of corruption in public procurement in Serbia called The Good, the Bad, and the Corrupt and was editor of several databases. Holds trainings on fact-checking and investigative journalism skills.