Sneska Quaedvlieg-Mihailovic a degree in International Law in Belgrade (former Yugoslavia) and in European Law and Politics in Nancy (France). She worked for European institutions in Brussels and then for the European Commission Delegation in Belgrade. She was one of the founders and the first Secretary-General of the European Movement in Yugoslavia.
In 1992 she joined the staff of Europa Nostra and in 2000 appointed as Secretary General.
She has contributed to many European and international committees and networks, most recently to the “European Heritage Alliance 3.3.” and the “New Narrative for Europe”. She cooperates with the EU institutions, the Council of Europe, the UN, UNESCO and other international and European governmental and non-governmental bodies on heritage matters. She has played a most active role in the promoting of the European Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018.
She has written many articles on Europe and cultural heritage. She was a co-editor of the book "Heritage and the Building of Europe" and a contributor to the books "50/20 Sketches and essays", "Retour Brussel, Erfgoed en Europa" and “The Mind and Body of Europe: A New Narrative.” She was also member of the Steering Committee of the cooperation Report “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe” coordinated by Europa Nostra.