Gordana Čomić is a Serbian Member of Parliament and has served the National Assembly of Serbia since 2000 as a member of the Democratic Party and is a deputy speaker of the assembly.
After studying in the Faculty of Natural Sciences’ Department of Physics, she worked at the University of Novi Sad (1984-1999), Faculty of Technical Sciences, on the general course in Physics and Quantum Mechanics.
As a member of the Democratic Party, Gordana was Chairperson of the Committee for Election in Novi Sad (1996), Chairperson of Provincial Board of Democratic Party for Vojvodina (1998-2001), Vice president of Democratic Party (2001-2004 and 2014-2016) and Member of Parliament in Provincial Assembly of Vojvodina (1996-2004).
She was chairperson of the Committee for foreign affairs (2004-2008), also was a member of the Delegation of the National Assembly in the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly and served as Rapporteur for the Committee for Human Rights, Democracy and Humanitarian Affairs (2006-2016).
She currently serves as a deputy chairperson of the Committee on Constitutional and Legislative Issues, member of the Committee for EU integrations and a member of the Committee for environment. As founder of the Women’s Political Network, Gordana has had a very important role in the women’s movement in Serbia having been involved in the battle for equality in representation and participation of women in all decision making processes in Serbian society.