Zuzana Kaiserova started to work in media in 1999 and spent a number of years working and studying in the United Kingdom.
In 2002, while working as a barmaid, Zuzana also organized the archives of the BBC Czech service; she returned to England in 2004, when as a Hansard Society fellow, she studied at the London School of Economics. At the same time she held an internship with the weekly Independent on Sunday.
From 2005 to 2006, Zuzana studied at the Centre for Jewish-Christian relations in Cambridge, where she wrote her dissertation on the God-fearers controversy - an argument about a group of gentiles who kept close religious ties with the Jews in antiquity.
On her return to Prague in 2006, she joined the investigative team of Mlada fronta DNES, uncovering stories of political corruption and relations between the world of politics and that of business.
In 2016, she joined the team of lecturers at Prague College, where she teaches convergent journalism engaging with the subject of media digitalization. She also covers the important area of reconciling new market demands with traditional journalistic duties.