Ing. Michal Kravčík, CSc., (1956) completed his studies in Waterworks Construction and Water Management at the Slovak Technical University and worked for the Institute of Hydrology and Hydraulics and the Institute of Ecology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. He is the founder of the People and Water NGO, a holder of the Goldman Environmental Prize and a member of ASHOKA: Innovators for the Public, an international network of innovators who work for public welfare. He is the most prominent representative of the People and Water NGO, which has been awarded the EU-USA Prize for Democracy and Civil Society Development.
RNDr. Jan Pokorný, CSc., (1946) completed his studies at the Natural Sciences Faculty at Charles University in Prague. He is the director general of the beneficial society ENKI, a scientific staffer at the Institute for Systems Biology and Ecology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, the co-author of a number of patents, a university lecturer, a member of the international scientific panel of the Natural Resources Commission for the Australian government and a member of the scientific technology panel of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands for Central and Eastern Europe.
Ing. Juraj Kohutiar (1961), completed his studies in Waterworks Construction and Water Management at the Slovak Technical University, worked at the Institute of Hydrology and Hydraulics of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and at present cooperates as a consultant with the People and Water NGO.
Ing. Martin Kováč (1972), completed his studies in Waterworks Construction and Water Management at the Slovak Technical University, worked in the area of protection of the national cultural heritage, was the co-founder and the first director of the National Trust in Slovakia, is a member of international network ASHOKA. At present he works as specialist for anti-flood prevention at the Association of Cities and Municipalities of Slovakia.