As policy and advocacy associate for the National Immigration Forum, Zuzana Cepla focuses on supporting the development and execution of Forum policies. Zuzana is primarily dedicated to furthering policies that emphasize workforce development and skills such as English language acquisition, adult education, employment, training, credential attainment and professional licensure.
Before joining the Forum in 2016, she was a project and research assistant at the Bipartisan Policy Center and a foreign correspondent for World Business Press Online.
Originally from Ostrava, Czech Republic, she graduated from the Technical University of Ostrava and earned her master’s in International Commerce and Policy from George Mason University.
Articles by Zuzana Cepla
November 5, 2018
The U.S. government issues approximately 140,000 visas each fiscal year for employment-based immigrants and their families. These EB visas are divided into five preference categories primarily based on the applicants' experience, skills and abilities... Read more
October 3, 2018