Jan Bubeník

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Jan Bubeník is currently the managing director of recruitment company Bubenik Partners. Previously he managed Korn/Ferry International in Prague. Before entering the recruitment industry he was working as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company. During the Velvet Revolution in November 1989 Mr. Bubenik was one of the principal student leaders and later served as the youngest member of the first federal parliament. Mr. Bubenik studied pediatrics at Prague's Charles University Medical School and Economics at University of Colorado at Boulder. [1]


Jan Bubenik was arrested in 2001 in Cuba for meeting Cuban dissidents. He was arrested alongside Czech politician Ivan Pilip [2].


Democracy and Security International Conference, Attendee [3]| Spolecnost 89, Creator


  1. Bubenik Partners Website, Jan Bubenik Profile, Accessed 26-January-2009
  2. Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald (2001), Detentions in Cuba open a bitter divide, Acessed 26-February-2009
  3. Democracy and Security Conference, List of Participants, Accessed 25-February-2009