Martin Vokálek holds a master’s degree in International Politics and Diplomacy from the Faculty of International Relations of the Prague University of Economics and Business (VŠE v Praze) and an MBA degree from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland and the Prague University of Economics and Business, Czechia. His minor was Project Management, and he has also completed courses in Management and Law at the Management Centre Innsbruck, Austria. He has participated for several years in the European Youth Parliament and the Czech Student Union, was a Vice President and Member of the Academic Senate, and has co-founded the Czech chapter of the student transatlantic think-tank European Horizons. For several years, he collaborated on the project of CERMAT, worked at the Institute of International Relations and other institutions, and was active also in the private sector.
Currently, he is the Executive Director of the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, where he started the position of the Office and Project Manager in 2016, and also acts as a Finance Manager at the International Sustainable Finance Centre. He is interested in economic issues, European security and NATO, hybrid threats, war crimes and international law problematic.