Jeanne Bočková is the General Manager of the Centrum for Talented Minds (CTM) in Prague, Czech Republic, an extended arm our Fund. Her main tasks are:(i) raising awareness and motivating students, parents, teachers and schools to use the CTY system; (ii) finding ways to make the programs affordable to students and their parents; and (iii) striving for financial sustainability. She has extensive management consulting experience in a variety of organizations including non-profits. Among her accomplishments are Discovery Saturdays, a program for talented and curious youth 5 - 15 years old, a complement of our talent development system. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jan Hladký, attorney in Brno specializing in corporate and commercial law, advising on mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, bankruptcy, litigation, arbitration, state aid, and public procurement, and laws of the European Union.
Henry Kallan, is one of the most generous sponsors and passionate supporters of our activities. He owns and operates several luxury hotels in New York City and is developing projects throughout the United States, Canada, and the European Union. See one of his latest masterpieces: Aria Hotel, Budapest, Hungary.
Tomáš Kára, founder of the International Center for Clinical Research (ICRC) in Brno, a collaborative project between the Mayo Clinic and St. Anne Faculty Hospital. ICRC is the European Union's largest platform for medical research.
Branislav Kleskeň is heading LEAF, a non-profit organization focusing on development of young individuals with the potential to grow into shapers of Slovakia. As Partner at McKinsey&Company, he focused on performance-improvement for large corporations and on building new ones. In the area of education, he advised governments and individual organizations on primary and secondary education. Branislav has an M.B.A. in Finance and Managerial Economics from Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Karel Obluk, a partner at Evolution Equity Partners, a multi-stage international investor that leveraging IT sector expertise; one of the most successful — AVG Technologies — is publicly listed on NYSE (NYSE: AVGT) and was acquired by Avast. Karel holds a PhD in computer science from the Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic. He was awarded a Kauffman Fellowship by the Palo Alto Society of Kauffman Fellows.
Birgitte Rasine, CEO of Lucita, a socially responsible design, media and communications company.
Jiří Zlatuška, professor of informatics at Masaryk University, Brno, former MP of the Czech Parliament and Chairman of the Parliament Education Committee, former Czech senator (independent), President Emeritus of Masaryk University.