Thanks to my academic career, including my research area - the urban ecology of crows - I have had the opportunity to travel to many parts of the world, gaining a broad perspective on various global environmental and conservation issues. Through my work at MCC, I strive to share these experiences with students. I want to open their eyes to the global and local problems of the world and how future generations, including them, will have a significant role to play in solving them. In addition, it is also important that, as future workers, entrepreneurs and leaders, they are aware of the need and opportunities to protect the environment and nature.
Besides my work, I regularly do sports, and I am a great lover of saunas. I find great fulfillment in gardening at my grandfather's house and in installing various nature conservation tools. Last but not least, I prefer to travel; if I can, I organize my own trips, backpacking and ecotourism.