Eva Srnová, being a graduate in Public and Social Policy at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Charles University in Prague, is an expert in EU regional, cohesion and urban policy with over 15 years experience in this field. She gained her expertise in a Czech national association of cities and local authorities and in public administration of the Czech Republic and while working on the files of the REGI Committee in the European Parliament during her engagement as a senior policy adviser in the office of the Vice-President of the European Parliament in Brussels. Eva now works for the Permanent Representation of the Czech Repbulic to the EU and represents Czechia at the working formations of the Council dealing mostly with urban or cohesion policy dossiers.
Her credos are Think globally, act locally, and she is of the opinion that to the needs of local and regional actors the EU and national policies should be accommodated.
She was also engaged in negotiating the Pact of Amsterdam in 2016, under which the Partnership on Urban Mobility now operates, on behalf of the Czech Republic.