Nađa Čelik was born on April 26th, 2001.
She is currently in the first year of studying computer and information technologies, at the Faculty of Traffic and Communications, University of Sarajevo.
All throughout primary school, she participated in competitions in physics and mathematics and as well as maintaining perfect grades, which lead Nađa being announced as the best student of her generation in 2016.
Nađa continued to work hard through high school, finishing it with an average grade of 5.0, while exploring my other interests and hobbies. At that time, Nađa discovered her talent in drawing and painting and continued to pursue it. Over the course of four years, Nađa drew and sold over a hundred personalized portraits done with graphic pencils on paper, as well as some oil paintings. In the summer of 2018, she attended a seminar on project planning and group work, organized by the "Schuler Helfen Leben" organization, where she started to dive into the world of volunteering. She is currently a permanent volunteer at „Muhamed Kantardžić“ library in Breza, where she lives.
Nađa's artistic work was published in Bosnia’s national newspaper “Dnevni avaz” in 2018, and in August of the year 2020, Nađa had her first art exhibition in hometown, Breza, soon after she became a part of Bosana.
"In the future, I hope to continue working in the art field, as well as building a bright career in computer technologies."-says Nađa.