Dino Jahić is investigative journalist and analyst. He is a journalism graduate of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Sarajevo. During his 10-year career, he has worked in all aspects of production on the radio, television and online media in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia. As a journalist and editor of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo and Belgrade he took part in a series of investigations on corruption and organized crime. His stories were published by Der Standard, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, The Christian Science Monitor, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, Vreme, Dani, NIN, Novi Magazin, Oslobođenje, Večernji List, Blic and other media, and he collaborated with or was quoted in USA Today, ZDF, Radio Slobodna Evropa, Deutsche Welle and others. He is an associate of Mediacentar Sarajevo and Freedom House from the United States, and he occasionally works for Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).
In 2014, he was awarded the annual prize of the Independent Association of Journalists of Serbia and the US Embassy in Belgrade for the best online investigative story, for the investigation about the purchase of international awards with budget money. A year earlier he was the winner of the "Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence" Award given by Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) and within this program was awarded for a story about corruption in higher education in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. In 2010, he received scholarships from Thomson Reuters Foundation and Robert Bosch Stiftung for the "Economic and Political Reporting from Southeastern Europe" program. He additionally completed a Reuters program for journalism trainers. As a trainer and mentor of investigative journalism, he has worked in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Georgia.