Statutory body of Queer Geography is a chairman. The highest organ is the main committee. All members are meeting during the forum of members.

RNDr. Michal Pitoňák, Ph.D.

Michal Pitoňák studied at the Faculty of Science in the field of social geography at the Charles University in Prague. He is also a qualified biologist (Bc., Mgr.). Currently, he works as a researcher within the National Institute of Mental Health (NUDZ) in Klecany, where he addresses issues of quality of life, mental health and addictive behavior in a non-heterosexual population. He also develops the LGBTQ psychology branch and actively participates in the destigmatization of HIV prevention in the Czech Republic and is a member of the Interdepartmental Coordination Group for HIV / AIDS in the Czech Republic. Michal Pitoňák is also a lecturer at the Department of North American Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University, and externally cooperates with his Department of Social Geography and Regional Development where he teaches the geography of difference, including the geographies of sexualities and queer theory. In general, he tends to employ a transdisciplinary approach to research and teaching and applies knowledge from various disciplines to address highly complex social and health problems.

Bc. Jana Kropáčková

Jana Kropáčková graduated from the BA in Humanities at Charles University in Prague. She started her career in 2005 and moved its focus towards the administrative area. She has worked in both smaller and larger companies, including J & T and KPMG. In the latter, she currently works until today.