McNulty Foundation grantee – Kateřina Vacková, Aspen Alumna

The Aspen Institute Central Europe opens a variety of possibilities for young leaders from CE in different directions. Besides attending the Aspen Young Leaders Program, which introduces them to Aspen Internatinal Network, they gain the possibility to attend our events or activities organized by the International Partners around the globe.
Last year, The Aspen Institute CE was asked by the McNulty Foundation to join in nominating inspiring leaders who are focusing on the most critical challenges of our time. We are proud to announce that the McNulty Foundation has decided to appreciate Kateřina Vacková, our Alumna and a Founder of Loono for their activities. Kateřina was chosen as the grantee to be financially supported by the McNulty Foundation for the next 2 years.
It is an honour for us to have a grantee that is representing the Central Europe region and is being also recognized by our international partners. We hope that this grant will help Loono fulfill its plans and dreams concerning disease prevention.
Each year, the McNulty Prize selection is curated to reflect a range of leadership examples, organizational models, issue areas, and geographies of the Aspen Institute network. In recognition of the efforts to address a critical global challenge and to support the most promising ventures in the Aspen community, the McNulty Foundation is awarding its nominees with a multi-year grant.

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