Zuza is an expert in conflict transformation, human rights, democratic transformation, and international development cooperation. She has been working for variety of international organizations (OCSE, NATO), national human rights and advocacy organizations (Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Poland, Via Iuris in Slovakia), education institutions (Trnava University, University of St. Elisabeth Bratislava) and government bodies. Her professional carrier as a trainer, consultant, researcher, or field worker started in 1992. Her list of professional publications contains more than 50 positions. Her book Human Rights Monitoring published in Poland has been translated into 5 languages, including Azerbaijani. She has been working in more than 20 countries of Europe and Asia.
She earned her MA from sociology at the Commenius University in Bratislava (1995). PhD. studies were accomplished in Warsaw – Institute of Political studies (1999).
She has been teaching and training adults since 1997. She has created customized training courses for non-governmental organizations, civil servants, or university students in several countries. She is currently working on projects related to value conflicts, youth radicalization and polarization in Europe, with a particular interest in the social consequences of climate change. Sporadically, she lectures and trains at several faculties of Slovak universities.