Soňa Supeková is vice dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business at Paneuropean University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. She taught international business and marketing of services at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra. Born in Modra, Slovakia, she received her MA and PhD from the Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra, in marketing. She teaches international marketing and marketing communications nowadays, and her specialization is food marketing. She is now a candidate for Associate Professor of Marketing Communications.
Before joining the Paneuropean University, Supeková was director of the Food Research Institute, Bratislava, and Director General of the Food and Business department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Slovak Republic. She has written several monographs and articles on food marketing and marketing communications.
For the past ten years, Supeková’s writing has focused also on hunting traditions, the history of women hunters, and hunters’ relationships to wildlife and to nature in the old European hunting traditions. She is founder and president of the Club of Slovak Lady Hunters, founded in 2010. Her initiative has continued on an international level in the Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC); she is the first president of the Artemis Working Group of the CIC and a member of the Executive Committee of the CIC. She is also founder and president of the Organizing Committee of the first International Conference for Women and Sustainable Hunting: Experience, Nowadays and Future in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. She has been interviewed by many European hunting magazines.
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
- Hunting Traditions in Europe—The Way of Life for Hunters
A response to "Does hunting make us human?"