Martina Břeňová is Director of Programs and Development for the Avast Foundation. For the last 20 years she has brought together people, organizations, communities, nonprofits and the private and public sectors. She studied at the Faculty of Arts at Masaryk University in Brno, where she became deeply interested in the topics of human rights, personal freedom and dignity. She has worked for many non-profit organizations, including People in Need and the Via Foundation, focusing on the development of fundraising, philanthropy, corporate social responsibility, the civic sector and communities. For the last six years she has taken part in the development and mission of the Avast Foundation, which is currently the second-largest corporate foundation in the Czech Republic. Its main goal is to support the right of individuals to freely make decisions about their lives. The Foundation achieves its impact through innovation, expert partnerships and system changes.

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