Martina is the HR Director of PwC. She is responsible for strategic goals in the field of human resources with an emphasis on adaptability and digitization of society and the individual. She is very happy to help others discover their talents and passions and encourages them on their way to achieving their personal and professional goals.
She is an experienced mentor and coach. She actively participates in a number of inter-company mentoring programs such as Odyssea or MyGrowSpace
For 12 years, she has led an extensive portfolio of audit engagements in accordance with Czech and international accounting standards across industries. In the past, she worked as CFO at Raiffeisenbank or CFO of derivatives at TD Securities in Canada.
Since 2019, he has represented the Czech Republic in the ACCA International Assembly.
She is also very active in the field of socially responsible activities and is an ambassador of CSR activities at PwC.
Outside of work, she relaxes during alpine hikes or yoga exercises. She loves great food and wine. She is the mother of three teenage children.
Petra has been a mother for the last 5 years. For 10 years she worked at Symphera in the position of Sales & Marketing Director, where she partially returned during her maternity leave. Her domain is communication and contact with clients. Acquisition or care of existing clients from major czech and international companies. She made the activities of Symphera or the Conference visible, for example, on LinkedIn or in the media (Economia). She was one of the founding members of the Chamber of Project Managers, where she held the position of program director. She has been involved in the organization of the PM Conference for 11 years. Prior to that, she worked for CGI and PwC. She has been in business for 3 years. After high school, she lived in the UK and USA. She lives outside Prague and takes care of her son Honzík (3.5 years) and daughter Eliška (5 years).
Václav graduated from the Institute of Chemical Technology, Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology. After school, she worked at the Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Prague, where she looked for foreign substances in food. When she returned from parental leave, she took the offer to change her field and for 13 years she provided tax advice at PwC. At PwC, she built and led a team of consultants in the field of Global Mobility, i.e. how to properly and efficiently send employees to work abroad. The coincidence brought the opportunity to lead the team of HR consultants. She was so fascinated by the work and excited that she decided to stay in HR. She left the consulting business and has been working as the HR director of large and small companies for 14 years.
She has been with the Sipral family company since May 2016. Sipral is a construction and engineering company that designs and manufactures light building envelopes that change the face of Prague, Paris, Copenhagen and London.
Václava is married and has three adult daughters.
Of course, the careers of women (mothers) also affect the lives of men (fathers). Those who have gone through this know that not every day there is enlightenment , but it works. When and how to deal with the woman’s return to work after maternity leave? What circumstances can influence or facilitate decision-making? How to combine family and work life so that it is not a complete trouble? What impact does endless managerial work and projects have on the family? During an open moderated discussion of 3 generations of women (Václava Jersáková, Martina Kučová and Petra Rejsová), we will share with you real experiences, stories, failures and successes that can inspire you in further decisions. The discussion will be arranged by an experienced project manager, husband and father Michal Korf.