Taťána Kuchařová

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Taťána Kuchařová
Taťána Gregor Brzobohatá (2018).jpg
Kuchařová in 2018
Born (1987-12-23) 23 December 1987 (age 33)
Height1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
TitleMiss Czech Republic 2006
Miss World 2006
Ondřej Gregor Brzobohatý
(m. 2016)
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair colorBlonde
Eye colorGreen
Miss Czech Republic 2006
Miss World 2006
Taťána Kuchařová as Miss World 06

Taťána Gregor Brzobohatá (née Kuchařová); Czech pronunciation: [ˈtacaːna ˈkuxar̝ovaː]; born 23 December 1987) is a Czech actress, dancer, model and beauty queen who won the title of Miss Czech Republic[1] and Miss World 2006.[2] In doing so, she made history to become the first woman from the Czech Republic ever to win the title at the final event of the Miss World competition, held on 30 September 2006, in Warsaw, Poland. She finished in second place in StarDance, the Czech version of Dancing with the Stars, in 2013.[3]

She is internationally known personality and only Miss World, who has engaged consistently for almost 12 years in helping the older people and raising awareness about population aging and demographic challenges, a hallmark which makes her a phenomenon of her day and her young generation, and one of the reasons that she was named by the World Network of Young Leaders and Entrepreneurs (WNYLE) as a member of its Council of Prominent Women Leaders.

Since 2015 she is actively cooperating with the United Nations. Currently she has become SDG’s ambassador to United Nations and she represents Czech nonprofit sector there, as such events like High level political forum of ECOSOC, Youth Forum 2018, UN Women CSW, Commissions for Social Development etc.


Kuchařová was born on 23 December 1987 in Czechoslovakia. Her hometown is Trnava, nowadays located in Slovakia. She lives in Opočno, a small town in the north of the Czech Republic. In 2006, aged 18, whilst studying at a grammar school, Kuchařová competed in the Czech Miss 2006 competition, and won it. This triumph guaranteed the participation in Miss World, which took place in Warsaw. Kuchařová won Miss World too, which made her well-known all over the world.

Miss World 2006[edit]

Kuchařová beat 103 other women in voting among a panel of judges and from television viewers around the world during a two-hour finals ceremony in the Polish capital, where the president of Warsaw watched the finals, and presented the new Miss World with a scroll, dubbing her as an honorary ambassador of Warsaw, and asking her to carry a message of peace around the world.

Kuchařová, a 177 cm tall high school student with long blond hair, was born in Trnava, Slovakia and grew up in the town of Opočno, Czech Republic.[4] She told the judges that she wants to attend university and then become a model, which she hopes will enable her to travel.

In December 2006 she appeared in a fashion video, directed and produced by Alexander Schukoff in Vienna for Fashion TV.

Kuchařová handed over her crown on 1 December 2007, to the next Miss World, Zhang Zilin of China in Sanya, China.[5] Amongst the countries she travelled to during her reign were Poland, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, United States, China, Russia, South Africa, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago, Fiji, Ireland, Iceland, Croatia, San Marino, Northern Ireland, Russia, Sri Lanka and Latvia.

She subsequently graduated from high school nine months after winning the title.[4]

International recognition[edit]

In March 2013 Kuchařová was selected as WNYLE Global Women Leader and a member of WNYLE Council of Prominent Women Leaders.

Beauty Of Help Foundation & Active partnership with the UN[edit]


Taťána Kuchařová participated in 53rd session of the Commission of Social Development. She presented the activities of Beauty of Help Foundation and also spoke about positive aging. The whole speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=-BS-VxG3G-8


Later the same year she attended a meeting of the working group of UN Economic Commission for Europe to aging. She represented the Czech NGO sector and shared her experience with home care services for the older people.

UN NY, 2017

In 2017 the Czech Republic took part in national volunteer review of implementation of SDGs. The Government of the Czech Republic asked Kuchařová (now Brzobohatá) to represent the NGO sector during the presentation on High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. She talked about the importance of cooperation across the sectors. The other speakers were the Czech Minister of Environment and a representative of private sector. Beauty of Help Foundation also held a side event to the High-Level Political Forum. It took part in Czech National Building and the topic was Participation of all: The case of women and older people. This event was organized together with UN Women and the Council of Europe. The speakers were Brzobohatá, H. E. Ambassador Marie Chatardova, Marja Ruotanen and Aparna Mehrotra.

At the end of 2017, Brzobohatá came back to New York to take part in working breakfast, which was organized by H. E. Ambassador Marie Chatardova on the occasion of Czech presidency of ECOSOC. The aim of the breakfast was to share experience with active participation of NGOs and cooperation with state and private sector.

UN NY, 2018

As Czech presidency of ECOSOC lasts until July 2018, the cooperation between ECOSOC, Czech Permanent Mission to UN, Czech Government and Beauty of Help Foundation develops as well. At the end of January, Brzobohatá was a keynote speaker at ECOSOC Youth Forum 2018. The topic is the role of youth in building sustainable and resilient urban and rural communities. Brzobohatá talked about volunteering and the importance of supporting grassroots organizations. Brzobohatá also attended the 56th Session of Commission for Social Development. The UNFPA organized a round table called “Age of Aging” and the delegates shared their experience in positive aging approach.

The sixty-second session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) took place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 12 to 23 March 2018. Representatives of Member States, UN entities, and ECOSOC-accredited nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) from all regions of the world attended the session. Brzobohatá was a part of the Czech delegation and spoke at the Czech side event about participation of women and importance of equal opportunities for women.


Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the ground-breaking International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and its Programme of Action in 2019, the Regional Conference assessed progress and identify gaps in the implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action in the UNECE region. It focused on key actions for implementation and addressed the wider policy concerns related to: Population dynamics and sustainable development; Families, sexual and reproductive health over the life course; • Inequalities, social inclusion and rights. Organized jointly by UNECE and UNFPA, the Conference further aimed to strengthen the linkages between ICPD and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and reaffirmed commitment to implementing the ICPD Programme of Action in the region. Brzobohatá's speech focused on disaggregation of data regarding the older persons. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0yajd_d0hA

UN NY, 2019

A few days after International Women's Day, the 63rd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW63) was held in New York. Taťána G. Brzobohatá was a member of the Czech delegation led by the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Jana Maláčová. We held two seminars during the meeting. The first was organized by the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, headed by the Human Rights Commissioner Martina Štěpánková, and focused on youth in connection with the prevention of sexual and partner violence. The second side event of our delegation concerned changes in family policy and support for the availability of different forms of care. In addition to Brzobohatá and the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Jana Malacova, representatives of New Zealand, France and UNFPA also attended this seminar. We have dealt with what all family informal care means and who it affects. Worldwide, the main carers are women. Brzobohatá's contribution was about the price they have to pay for taking care of their loved ones, be they children or later parents or grandparents. The price is lower pensions and major labor market disadvantages.



Thanks to her active and constant work on SDGs promotion, Brzobohatá became SDGs Ambassador. She participated on SDGs Awards organized by Association of Social Responsibility and talks about SDGs on various events. The Beauty of Help Foundation is an active member of the Association of Social Responsibility and contributes to Sustainable Development Goals fulfillment especially within the SDG 3 (Good health and well-being), SDG 5 (gender equality), SDG 8 (decent work and economic growth) and SDG 10 (reduced inequalities). These 17 goals aim to transform the world and all the people in the foundation believe it´s possible. We cooperate with the Government of the Czech Republic on implementation of the SDGs thanks to the strategy Czech Republic 2030. The goals set the direction where our society should head to and if we will cooperate, we will succeed.


  1. ^ "Miss ČR je osmnáctiletá Taťána Kuchařová" (in Czech). novinky.cz. 8 April 2006. Retrieved 30 April 2009.
  2. ^ "New Miss World crowned". The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 October 2006. Retrieved 15 April 2009.
  3. ^ Profile at Česká televize website
  4. ^ a b "It's not easy being Miss World". The Prague Post. 22 August 2007. Retrieved 17 April 2009.
  5. ^ "China wins Miss World". Malaysia Star. 2 December 2007. Archived from the original on 23 October 2012. Retrieved 17 April 2009.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Miss World
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Miss Czech Republic
Succeeded by