Since 2002, Veronika Kramaříková has gained rich experience in public administration, beginning at the Ministry of Regional Development of the Czech Republic, where, in the course of her work, she participated in creating many strategic documents and in introducing new approaches. In additional to her work in public administration, she built up her own company (between 2006 - 2013) dealing with the administration of public procurement and with projects that included setting up a special certified system for administering public procurement. Her work at the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic (2004 - 2006) included managing PPP (Public Private Partnership) projects on Constructing Private Prisons and on Law Court Precincts. She then gained further knowledge while putting together the state budget at the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic (2013 - 2014). She went on to gain valuable knowledge about the functioning of academia in the course of her work at the Office of the Government as the director of the Office of the Vice-president of the Government for Science, Research and Innovation (2015 - 2017). Her most recent work in public administration was as director of the Department for a Digital Society and Smart Specializations at the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic (2018 - 2019). In her position as Vice-rector for Development and Strategy, she wants to implement the proposals in the National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence, to prepare the new RIS3 Research and Innovation Strategy, and to make a considerable contribution to the implementation of other state strategies. She has set as her target as vice-rector to create the conditions for CTU in Prague to participate with greater distinction in international cooperation and with partners in industry. She will make efforts to increase the number of CTU scientific teams participating in international projects. She dedicates her free time to her family, sport, and her husband’s ideas.