MARTA ARSOVSKA TOMOVSKA
MINISTER OF INFORMATION SOCIETY AND ADMINISTRATION
In November 2015 Marta A. Tomovska was elected as a Minister of Information Society and Administration, after serving as a Deputy Minister in the same Ministry since August 2011.
Prior to her appointment in the Government of the Republic of Macedonia, she served for 10 years as a CEO of several local ICT companies.
As a minister responsible for information society and public administration, she is at the forefront of Macedonian government digital transformation, as well as for the public administration reform (PAR). She and her team are championing the change and building a first class public service for a successful and smart nation. As part of her efforts in designing a strong information society, she is promoting ICT as a profession of the future and leading “Girls and women in ICT” initiative.
Frequent speaker and panelist at national and international ICT and PAR conferences, she has always been passionate about how Internet and information technologies can help people, businesses and societies to develop and grow. Mrs. Tomovska was awarded in the Republic of Macedonia and worldwide for achievements and extraordinary contribution to the development and promotion of ICT.
Mrs. Arsovska Tomovska started her career after graduating in 1996 at the University of Skopje, in Electrical Engineering. She has also completed marketing postgraduate studies, and is preparing her Master thesis at the Faculty of Economy, University of Skopje. Fluent in English and South Slavic group of languages, with partial knowledge of French and Russian. She is certified in ICT field, as well as in leadership and management, with wider professional interest in the areas of general management, HR management, ICT, Internet technologies, e-Government, e-Business, e-Commerce, data security, distance learning and digital media.
Mrs. Arsovska Tomovska is a member of the World Summit Award Grand Jury since January 2013. The award is partnered with the key United Nations organizations and agencies, which are taking initiatives for promoting Information Society. In September 2015 she was appointed as a Non-Executive Member of the WSA (World Summit Awards) Board.