Karolina Vojtěchová serves as Future News correspondent for Central and Eastern Europe. She has been capturing our readers’ attention with her engaging stories and unique insights into the complexities of the world around us since the inception of our organization. Today, we take a closer look at the woman behind the byline.
Born and raised in the picturesque city of Brno, Czech Republic, Karolina’s passion for journalism was ignited during her teenage years. Her father, a prominent local journalist, would often regale her with stories of his adventures and encounters, fueling Karolina’s curiosity and sparking a love for storytelling.
Karolina pursued her journalism dreams at Charles University in Prague, earning a degree in Media and Communication Studies. During her time there, she interned at local media production non-profits, honing her skills and building connections within the industry.
After completing her studies, Karolina embarked on a journey that has taken her across Europe, working as a freelance reporter for various publications. Her dedication to uncovering the truth and giving a voice to the voiceless led her to cover an array of topics, from political turmoil to heartwarming human-interest stories.
In 2022, Karolina joined the Future News team in preparing for approval of our service by the TTBA. Her in-depth reporting on the Kuznetsova Gateway quickly caught the attention of our readers, and her continued coverage of European news has been at the forefront of public discourse.
When she’s not chasing stories, Karolina is an avid traveler, always seeking to learn more about the world and the people in it. A lover of the outdoors, she enjoys hiking and exploring the natural beauty of her home country and beyond.