Lenka is truly an immigration expert, from many points of view.

From volunteering and working for local NGOs supporting migrants and refugees, to teaching English in Georgia (the country, not the US state:) and working as an immigration lawyer in a relocation agency, her journey to our office was truly rich in the right experiences. And that’s not all yet! She also worked for language schools, international companies, and the Centre of Assistance for Refugees from Ukraine. Oh, and she was married to an expat. She’s married to him still, but he’s now a Czech citizen.

She was born in Brno, and in her own words, she’s probably going to die here, too. When asked what she likes about living in the city, she says, “Brno is not too big; not too small. It’s family-friendly, full of cultural events, movie festivals, and just a short ride by public transport away from nature.”

When not at work, she spends her time with her husband and two children. And unavoidably, also house chores. “We’ve been trying to do gardening, too,” Lenka says. “We’re members of the garden colony in our neighbourhood.” She likes travelling, reading, art movies, volunteering, hiking and dancing. “If only I had more time for all of these, though.”

To contact Lenka, feel free to use the standard route – our contact form. Your question will easily reach her.

Jan Kopkáš

Executive manager

Katka Báňová

Event manager

Marie Lungová

Communication manager

Jarda Soukup



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