About me





I graduated from the College of Banking in Prague with a bachelor’s degree in banking management. Afterwards, I pursued further academic studies and completed a Master of Arts (MA) degree in International Policy and Diplomacy from Staffordshire University. Additionally, I have undertaken various academic and professional courses worldwide to enhance my knowledge and skills.

I am studying for a Doctorate (PhD) in International Relations and European Studies at the Metropolitan University Prague. Thus, my research encompasses energy relations in Eurasia, Russian foreign policy, international security, cyber threats, and geopolitics. Additionally, my interest in the intersection of political philosophy and international relations theory guides my exploration into the development of norms.

As an individual deeply immersed in the study of International Relations and European Studies at the doctoral level, I possess a sharp analytical and strategic perspective, especially relevant in the context of investment banking analysis. My in-depth understanding of global political dynamics, energy markets, and security issues critically informs investment strategies and financial forecasting.

My expertise in cross-cultural business consulting amplifies this capability, allowing me to adeptly navigate and analyse complex international markets. This distinctive skill set not only enriches my academic and professional pursuits but also positions me as a proficient analyst capable of making insightful contributions to investment banking, where understanding the subtleties of international relations and economics is paramount.


Junior Associate

2021 – present, Energy Policy Unit

Focus: energy relations in Asia, terrorism, and cyber threats

Institute of International Relations in Prague, Czech Republic

PhD Candidate

2020 – present, International Relations and European Studies

Dissertation: The Sino-Russian Role in the Northeast Asian Energy Cooperation

Metropolitan University Prague, Czech Republic

Public Speaking

22. November 2023, Coherent EU Diplomacy in the Face of the War in Ukraine: Striving for a Unified Response, Prague, Czech Republic

2. May 2022, Late Night Diplomacy conference in Prague, Czech Republic, speech: “Energy Relations of Europe – Security vs. Sustainability”

5. – 6. October 2021, 13th International Symposium on the Czech Foreign Policy: Post-pandemic Foreign Policy: Strengthening Resilience, Prospects and Pitfalls in Prague, Czech Republic, speech: “Decarbonisation in Northeast Asia – South Korean Perspectives”

27. – 28. May 2021, 10th International Conference of the University of Finance and Administration in Prague, Czech Republic: “FINANCIAL MARKETS 2021 – Innovation and Sustainability”, speech: “Cyberterrorism: A Global Threat to Financial Institutions”

14. – 16. December 2020, International Masaryk Conference for Ph.D. Students and Young Researchers 2020, speech: “Russia’s Turn to the East: The Origins of Intellectual Discourse”

International Mobility

16 January 2023 – 15 May 2023, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland. A visiting PhD scholar.

10 July 2022 – 10 January 2023, Department of Politics and International Relations – University of Dundee, Scotland. A visiting PhD scholar.

1 Feb – 1 April 2022, Centre for Energy, Petroleum & Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) – University of Dundee, Scotland. A visiting PhD scholar.

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