Reuf Bajrović Co-Chairs the US-Europe Alliance (USEA) in Washington, DC. Previously, he served as Minister of Energy in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina government. Also, he founded and served as president of the Washington-based civic advocacy group, the Emerging Democracies Institute. He was the founder of the Civic Alliance party in Bosnia Herzegovina. In 2007, Reuf founded and managed one of the first strategic communication consulting companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds an MA in Democracy and Human Rights and an MA in Governance and Policy of European Integration, both from University of Bologna. He holds a BA in political science from University of Louisville. 

For the past 20 years, Reuf has been providing consulting and technical assistance services in areas of policy research and analysis, civil society and political party capacity building, and program development and evaluation. Clients included USAID, UNDP, UK Department for International Development (DFID), German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Rockefeller Brothers Fund (RBF), International Republican Institute, National Democratic Institute, and Heinrich Boell Stiftung, among others. 

Most recently, Reuf has worked with an independent team of experts to research and analyze Russia's illiberal authoritarian influence in the Western Balkans, and raise awareness about the tactics, techniques, and trends of malign foreign interference used to weaken democratic governance and security structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia.