Zuzana is an international civil servant at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna. Prior to this, she served for the United Nations in Nairobi, where she worked on advancing sustainable urban practices, and in Beirut, where she focused on social protection and the rights of persons with disabilities in the Arab region. Between 2016-2017, Zuzana was the very first Czech UN Youth Delegate, representing the rights and interests of young Czechs in global intergovernmental processes. She was featured as one of the 50 Czechoslovak rebel girls in a family book “Kapky na kameni” and as a prominent millennial in the Top Women of the Czech Republic magazine in 2019. Zuzana has lived in 8 countries and speaks Czech, English, French, Spanish, Vietnamese and some Arabic.

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