Majra was born on 11th of May 2000, in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is studying Technical education and Informatics at the Faculty of Electrical engineering in Tuzla.
Majra graduated from Islamic high school as one of the best students in her generation. Her extracurricular activities such as writing for the school magazine, debate, being a librarian in the school library opened her eyes and took her from her comfort zone, and opened her horizons-she says. She started volunteering and doing serious community work during her high school education. She volunteered at the 9th International English Language Teaching Seminar (TELTS 2018), Tuzla Summer Institute (TSI), and at the Debate Competitions, regional and national level, which, as she says, brought her a lot of new knowledge and experiences, and built her self-confidence.
She was a two-year participant in English Access Microscholarship Program Bosnia and Herzegovina, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and implemented by the Islamic Community in BiH and American Councils for International Education.
What she is especially proud of is her volunteering in the organization NARKO-NE, as one of the correspondents of the "Preventeen" magazine. She says that being part of the organization NARKO-NE is being included in changing society because even the smallest change in yourself is the very beginning of changing the world.
At the moment she is working on organizing her team's project, with the support of the local OSCE team. „I am very grateful to Bosana for recognizing my potential. I hope someday I will be the one who is helping youth to get a proper education,” says Majra.