Sava joined CEP in November 2021 as a junior researcher within the Good Governance and Our Europe program area, after completing a one-month internship, and is currently in the position of researcher. He completed international studies, European integration module, at the Faculty of Political Sciences, as the only student in his generation with an average grade of 10. He completed his master's degree in international politics at the same faculty, also with an average of 10, defending his master's thesis "Multi-sector strategy in the foreign policy of small states : a case study of the foreign policy of the Republic of Serbia from 2007 to 2021". He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in international and European studies. He began his professional training at the Center for International Public Policy, where as coordinator of the Department for International Cooperation he managed numerous projects, including the organization and coordination of the "Belgrade Model of the American Senate" project, under the auspices of the US Embassy in Belgrade. He was part of the project team for monitoring the elections in the United States of America, which was implemented by the Center for Social Dialogue and Regional Initiatives, and was also engaged by the same Center as an expert associate on the Americano project. Sava represented the Faculty of Political Sciences at the European International Law Competition in Ljubljana in 2019. He participated in the Clemson Spring Semester Abroad, University of Belgrade 2019 project, together with Clemson University students from South Carolina. He was also engaged as an educational partner and lecturer at the international project Europe3D organized by the European Student Project Organization. Sava has published scientific works in some of the prestigious domestic magazines, such as Politička revija, International politika and others. With his work on the topic "Is the Open Balkans politically and economically beneficial for the Republic of Serbia", he won the competition "Dr. Predrag Simić" for the best work in the field of foreign policy and Balkan relations. He also won the competition of the Ministry of European Integration for the best written student paper on the European Union. His areas of interest are European integration, Serbia's foreign policy and regional relations, as well as public administration reform. He speaks English fluently and also speaks French.