Haris Hromic's professional career includes engagements in the financial services industry, fintech, the NGO field, government, and academia. He currently serves as a managing director with Seaport Global Securities in New York specializing in global fixed income. Prior to Seaport, he spent five years with Susquehanna International Group after serving five years as a vice president at Credit Suisse Institutional Sales Group. Prior, he was with Barclays Capital after it acquired Lehman Brothers, where in a secondary capacity he also served on the Barclays Cultural Awareness Network Steering Committee as a leader of the Professional Organizations, Partnerships and Sponsorship initiatives. Before joining Lehman Brothers he served at the New York City Mayor Bloomberg Office of Management and Budget with oversight responsibilities for a $1.6 billion capital program focusing on public health and safety initiatives. Early on in his career he was a research fellow at the CUNY Research Foundation.

Hromic was first elected to the Carnegie Council Board of Trustees in 2006. He currently serves as a member of the executive committee, treasurer, and co-chair of the Ethics Empowered Carnegie Council Campaign.

In 2008, Hromic was elected a fellow of The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in London. He served as a board member of The Royal Society of Arts in the United States and a chairman of the society's Benjamin Franklin Medal. He is a founding member of Advisory Council for Bosnia and Herzegovina in Washington, DC, where he served as the chairman of the board of trustees. In 2013 he was appointed by Raymond W. Kelly as an advisor for community affairs to the New York City police commissioner, function that continued under Commissioner James P. O'Neill until 2016. In 2014, through the efforts of Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation, one of the most renowned international centers for the study of the prevention of genocide, he worked to help deliver a National Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention Program for Bosnia. He has co-authored and published works in the field of international relations, social reconstruction and genocide, gender leadership politics, common security, and global citizenship. Hromic is a co-author of several resolutions in the United States Congress as well as the 2009 resolution of the European Parliament that proclaimed July 11 as a Day of Commemoration of the Srebrenica Genocide throughout the European Union (EU).  

Hromic earned MA in political science from New York University specializing in international political economy, MPA in public management from Baruch College Graduate School of Public Affairs, and BBA in international marketing from Zicklin School of Business.

Last Updated: May 11, 2021

  • UN remarks on the Occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide, July 10, 2015
  • Lynee A. Weikart, Greg Chen, Daniel W. Williams, Haris Hromic, "The Democratic Sex: Gender Differences and the Exercise of Power," Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, Volume: 28 Issue: 1 2006
  • "Rationalizing the Process of Truth and Reconciliation after Genocide—Practical Suggestions for Social Reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina," Local-Global Journal, March 2006
  • "Mid-term Prospects for Western Balkans: Consolidating Security Systems and Democratic Governance," U.S. Foreign Policy Review, Foreign Policy Initiative, Sarajevo, March 2005
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