Aleksandra Srbljanović was born in Pljevlja, where she completed primary and secondary education. She graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Montenegro in Podgorica.

She gained her first work experience as an intern at the Pljevlja Main Police Station, working with victims of domestic violence. After that, she worked for a short time at a secondary vocational school as a secretary.

Aleksandra gained her first experience in the civil sector through employment at the Safe Women’s House “Bona Fide” in Pljevlja, assisting women and children victims of violence. She was a coordinator and assistant on various projects, as well as a participant in numerous seminars, workshops and trainings. It was there that she first met refugees and migrants from the Middle and Far East, who were provided food and accommodation by the Safe House, where Aleksandra participated as a volunteer. In this way, she gained important experience that helped her in her later work with these persons.

Since 2019, she has been employed at the Civic Alliance as the program assistant. She is stationed in Pljevlja, where she provides legal and other types of assistance to asylum seekers, refugees and migrants, and monitors the situation at the borders, police treatment of these persons, etc.

She is a member of the Working Group for monitoring the migrant crisis in Pljevlja.

In her free time, Aleksandra likes to read books and watch movies.