Boban Dedovic

Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Mr. Boban Dedovic began serving the Center as its Chief Technology Officer in 2017. In this role, he is responsible for driving the organization’s mission through its online and technical efforts. This includes, but is not limited to, contributions in marketing, branding, and operations. In 2019, Mr. Dedovic was nominated to serve as a Vice President of the Center, a position where he works closely with the organization's leadership in matters of strategy and corporate governance.

His professional background has always centered around technology. As an entrepreneur, Mr. Dedovic started and grew several technology companies. This allowed him to provide his services as a consultant for various small to medium sized businesses. Before working on designing and implementing global-scale web applications, he worked with small businesses in various industries. Mainly, he worked with clients to design custom web applications. Throughout all of his projects, Mr. Dedovic has focused on helping businesses and consumers leverage software and the Internet to solve important problems. 

He is also involved with charitable organizations based in the local Las Vegas community. He provided almost half a decade of volunteer service to Valley Bible Fellowship Church (VBFC). There, he contributed to programs focused on poverty alleviation, such as food pantry giveaways and brown bag meal services for the needy. Notably, Mr. Dedovic founded the OMNIKA Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to organize and make digitally available all the world's mythological stories. He also serves in an advisory capacity for other nonprofit organizations.

Mr. Dedovic is also a trained psycholinguist. He was awarded a B.A. in Religions of Antiquity from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he studied classical languages like Latin and Greek in addition to being on the Division I wrestling team. He was also awarded a B.S. degree in social psychology from the University of Maryland. In graduate school, he studied Middle Egyptian and Akkadian en route to being awarded an M.A. from the University of Chicago. 

As of 2018, he has focused on nonprofit work, like the Center, while publishing his academic research related to ancient languages and psychology. For more information about Mr. Boban Dedovic, see his personal website.