Nataša Dimitrijević, magistra kroatistike i lingvistike, diplomirala je na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu 2012. godine, a iste je godine upisala Poslijediplomski doktorski studij lingvistike. Stekla je iskustvo u radu sa studentima kojima hrvatski nije materinski jezik radeći dvije godine kao stručna suradnica u Croaticumu – Centru za hrvatski kao drugi i strani jezik na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu.
In 2010, Brett co-founded the American Institute with the lofty goal of bringing the American education system closer to Croatia. In addition to his many responsibilities here, Brett has also worked as a lecturer at the University of Zagreb's Faculty of Political Science and the College of International Relations and Diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld. He has also served as a freelance copy editor for GONG, UNDP, the Institute for International Relations, and GiZ, among others. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Brett earned a master's degree in European and Eurasian studies from George Washington University and is currently pursuing a PhD in international studies at the University of Trento. Though no longer teaching courses, Brett remains a vital part of the American Institute’s management team.