Friends & Volunteers
Lorna, a relatively new member to Class Acts, joined in September 2015. Originally from Michigan, she has lived off and on in Prague since 2000. She helps promote class acts via Facebook with the aim to engage fellow bilingual families. She also assists with organizing events and occasional parental workshops.
Hana Jůzlová has been a coordinator for Class Acts z. s. since 2015. Currently she is on maternity leave. She studied fytotherapy at 1. TČM School of Prague. She has been focused in problems of using fytotherapy in practice. Hana has an extensive backround in theatre productions during her youth. She began her adult proffessional career in the healing arts. She is actively involved in teaching young children in private school Stáj Bílý Kámen. She has been teaching Drama in Czech and English since 2011. She is founder and director of Toto theatre and a children´s theater company Liteňský Pupík for children 6-12. She has written numerous drama stories for kids and adults. All theater productions was written and directed by Hana. She has three children (2009, 2014 and 2016).
Zdenka Ellederová joined the Class Acts team in 2012 after she came back from the USA where she lived and worked as a scientist (biochemistry) for 8 years. Zdenka attended many Class Acts courses with her three bilingual kids which led to her becoming a music teacher of the Young Toddlers Class. She also organized community events, picnics and other special activities.
Milena Andrade Dneboská, mother of two bilingual kids, joined Class Acts in 2013 as an event and treasure hunt specialist! Milena travelled Europe and her experience is shown in her tirelesss energy and enthusiasm for creating fun outdoor activities.
Blanka Krivankova (Matthews) is a theatre journalist, translator of plays and writer of Czech TV show for preschoolers (Kouzelná školka). Thanks to her bilingual son Nathan (b. 2006), she has attended various Class Acts activities and events for several years. As one of four instructors of this year´s summer camp she was able to use her knowledge of creative writing for different media as well as her long-term passion for qigong – relaxation exercise. Previously she lived in New York and London.