Denisa Šedivá Haubertová (*1978) studied Public and Social Policy at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University Prague, with a half-year scholarship in media studies at Middlesex University London. After graduating, she was involved in promoting and coordinating Czech and international nonprofit projects focussed on the integration of minorities (People in Need, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees), working at the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic in a team promoting the European Union, and preparing selected projects for the 2009 Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU, such as the Opening ceremony at the National Theatre and the Holocaust Era Assets Conference, which resulted in the establishment of the European Shoah Legacy Institute. From 2010 she worked as a consultant and PR and marketing manager for selected projects (Forman brothers, Candole Partners, Pilsen 2015 – European City of Culture). With the photographer Herbert Slavík, she is a co-author of the Pilsner Icon project. Since 2012 she and her husband have lived in Brussels. In 2013 she published the book Me and Yoga or a Safe Way to Motherhood (graphic design and illustrations by Adam Macháček and Sebastien Bohner), which was named Most Beautiful Czech Book of the Year 2013 in the field of textbooks and didactic materials by the Ministry of Culture and the Museum of Czech Literature, as well as receiving the Best Graphic Design award from LIDU Publishing. Since 2015, Denisa Sediva has been working on ABCZ or All you Need to Know about Czechia and the Czechs.
Denisa Haubertová Šedivá