RECENT NFCACF FELLOWS
The NFCACF Fellows are an integral component to the success of our organization. Our fellows are actively involved in all areas of the organization and play a vital role in the day-to-day operations.
Tatjana Mustac is a master’s student in Biomedical Sciences on the Physiology & Biophysics track at Stony Brook University in Long Island, NY. Outside of her coursework, Tatjana works full-time for NYC Health Hospital’s COVID-19 Test Trace Corps as a Resource Navigator.
Mark Plavetic is a Board Member, Social Media Committee Co-Chair, and Website Committee Editor for the National Federation for Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation (NFCACF).
Abby McDonald grew up in Hibbing, Minnesota in a family that has always been very proud of their Croatian heritage. Abby has had the incredible opportunity to travel to Croatia on three seperate occasions.
Anna Maria Sicenica
Anna Maria Sicenica was honored to be the Rudy Perpich Intern of 2019 and has stayed with the NFCA in her current role as Secretary and co-chair of the Events-Membership Committee. Her parents come from Split, Croatia, and she was fortunate to spend most summers there growing up.
Nicholas Rethemeier, a recent graduate from St. John’s University was a summer intern shared between the Croatian Cultural Society of Minnesota and the National Federation of Croatian Americans through a Rudy Perpich Fellowship.