Organization management

Johana Jonáková [johana.jonakova(at)] Director


Markéta Štěpánová [marketa.stepanova(at)] Project Manager

She has been working in various positions at Gender Studies since 2005, but she has met feminism long before in activist circles. She graduated from the Higher Vocational School of Information Services, majoring in librarianship, and she is currently studying Primary School Teacher Training at the Faculty of Education at Charles University in Prague. She coordinated projects focused on multiple discrimination, family politics and work life balance. For many years she was the editor-in-chief of the Equal Opportunities in Context, she led anti-discrimination workshops in maternity centers and women's return to the labor market after maternity and parental leave.

In recent years, she has focused on gender-sensitive upbringing and education, she conducts workshops on gender stereotypes and their manifestations in the education system. She presents tools that help promote individualization and equality in education. She led the project Education for Respect and Tolerance: from teachers to children. She is currently a professional guide for democratic culture at Lyčkovo náměstí Elementary School, she coordinates the projects Democratic Culture at Lyčkovo náměstí Elementary School and Democratic Culture at Lyčkovo Square II. She is also a librarian at the Gender Studies Library.

Areas of interest: gender sensitive education, pedagogy, critical thinking, family policy, social policy


PhDr. Mgr. Josef Vošmik [josef.vosmik(at)] Specialist for the cooperation with employers

Josef joined Gender Studies in 2015 as a specialist for the cooperation with employers. He also coordinates the contest “Company of the Year: Equal Opportunities”. He achieved master´s degree in Social Work and later in Public and Social Policy, both at the Charles University in Prague. He is still a student of the doctoral programme in Applied Ethics at the Faculty of Humanities of the Charles University where he specializes in ethical perspective of gender issues. Up to now he has worked in the public as well as nonprofit and for-profit sectors, especially in administration and coordination of the projects financed through the European Social Fund, but also training, gender issues and services for children in institutional care.

Areas of interest: gender studies, social policy and employment, applied ethics


Marie Koval, M. A. [marie.koval(at)] Oral historian

Marie completed an internship at Gender Studies on the Girls Day project in April 2019, and since December 2019 she has been working here as an oral historian and content supervisor within the Czechoslovakia in Women's Memory project and coordinating the Girls Day event. Since June 2020, she has also been the editor-in-chief of the quarterly Equal Opportunities in Context. She holds a Master's degree in Public History, Oral History and Community Heritage from the University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom. She focuses on oral history and gender, particularly on the female political prisoners of the 1950s and 1960s, prison culture and the history of everyday life. Since May 2022, she has been involved in the project From Eliška Krásnohorská to Jiřina Šiklová: In the Footsteps of Female Education as an archival specialist.

Areas of interest: modern history, oral history, gender history, queer activism, music and art, sexual violence prevention


Mgr. Anna Kotková [anna.kotkova(at)] Project Coordinator

Graduated in journalism (Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University Prague) and Jewish Studies - Ethnology (Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University Prague). She has been focused on the topic of work and care or best employers' practices in the field of equal opportunities of women and men. She represented Gender Studies in FoRS (Czech Forum for Development Cooperation, 2013-2017), also she took part in and lead its working group "Gender", and in Social Watch CZ (2010-2014). She was also active in the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, in 22% K ROVNOSTI - in a project, tackling gender pay gap. Since 2021 she works for the project "Na 1 lodi" as a maternity and parental leave management specialist. She also manages the international project "Prevent and Support - Cyber Gender Based Violence". 

Areas of interest: gender and urbanism (member of AutoMat organisation), gender and media, gender and language, development cooperation, jewish history and culture, jazz and swing (Lindy Hop) and the era between WWI and WWII.


Mgr. Klára Čmolíková Cozlová [klara.cozlova(at)] Project Manager

Klára joined Gender Studies in 2015. While holding a degree in Social Work (college VOŠ and ETF UK) she also graduated with a degree in Gender Studies at FHS UK, where she focused on gender auditting in Czech Republic. She focuses on gender based violence, gender sensitive social work, diversity management in the scope of age management and management of gender equality. She is specialized in the topic of labour market, work-life-balance and management of maternity and paternity leave. She is a manager of the project Na jedné lodi. Since 2020 she is a vice-president of Gender Expert Chamber in CZ.

Areas of interest: gender and labour market, gender sensitive social work, gender audits, gender mainstreaming. 


Markéta Budská [marketa.budska(at)] Financial Manager


Bc. Lucie Přibyl [lucie.pribyl(at)] Librarian, Information Specialist

She graduated from Andragogy and Personnel Management and studied Information Studies and Librarianship at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. She completed her librarian internship in the library of the Theater Institute, worked in the library of the Military History Institute as a cataloger and for several years ran the library at the Jan Amos Komenský University.
At Gender Studies, she is a librarian at the Jiřina Šiklová Library, coordinator of the Company of the Year: Equal Opportunities award and also participates in the international project Prevention and Support for Cyber Gender Based Violence. From May 2022, she is involved in the project From Eliška Krásnohorská to Jiřina Šiklová: In the Footsteps of Female Education as an information specialist. In addition to Gender Studies, she has been working as a volunteer for QFF Mezipatra and the Prague Pride festival for several years.

Areas of interest: intersectional feminism, gender sensitive language, queer culture, diversity and inclusion in the workplace


Mgr. Lucie Viktorinová [lucie.viktorinova(at)] Methodologist, Project Coordinator


Bc. Agáta Hrdličková (she/her, they/them) [agata.hrdlickova(at)]

Agata is finishing master's in Gender Studies at Faculty of Humanities, Charles University - their research analyzes how Czech schools approach LGBTQ+ students. She has been working as a primary prevention lecturer since 2013. Their main focus is on LGBTQ+ inclusive sex education - they creates trainings and workshops for teachers, children, youth or parents. Agata has experience in working with demanding class groups (e.g. classes affected by bullying) within selective prevention programs and in consultations with school counseling offices. She participates in a project focused on cyber security and digital well-being as an e-learning creator, lesson methodologist and trainer.

Areas of interest: gender in education, LGBTQ+ youth, prevention of homophobia and transphobia, gender inclusive schools, gender-based cyberbullying


Mgr. Zuzana Krejčí [zuzana.krejci(at)] Professional guide, methodologist and coordinator of educational activities

She studied pedagogy with health education and andragogy with education management at the Faculty of Education, Charles University. Since 2009, she worked as an external leisure teacher at DDM Prague and for a short time as a kindergarten teacher. Before joining Gender Studies, she worked as a coordinator responsible for project implementation, especially in the educational field for socially disadvantaged population. As a part of her further education, she has completed courses on quantitative data analysis. In her free time, she proofreads and checks research methodology in students' final theses. 

In Gender Studies, she mainly works on the educational project Democracy at Lyckarna II and also on the project From Eliška Krásnohorská to Jiřina Šiklová: In the Footsteps of Female Education.

Areas of interest: pedagogy, social and gender inequalities in education, extracurricular education, data analysis, science and research in education


External cooperation

Bc. Helena Skálová [helena.skalova(at)]


Board of Directors

Petra Štogrová Jedličková
Mgr. Lada Wichterlová
Bc. Helena Skálová


Board of Supervisors

PhDr. Eliška Janšová
PhDr. Hana Maříková
Mgr. Zuzana Uhde, Ph.D.


Edited: 9.11.22 16:30Lucie Přibyl