I am a teacher and a writer, a writer and a teacher. For me, the two are one and serve the same purpose: mission to young people. That's why I became a scout in 1993, why I taught in high school for 22 years, why I started a cultural magazine called Literary Lodge with university students, and why I have tried to run a talent-interviewing column for budding writers on various websites.
I am also a member of the Hungarian Writers' Association, the Berzsenyi Society, the Hungarian Catholic Journalists' Association and the Hungarian Creative Arts Nonprofit Ltd. I am a member of the Hungarian Authors' Association, the Hungarian Authors' Association, the Hungarian Authors' Association of Creative Arts, the Hungarian Authors' Association of the Hungarian Artists' Association. So far, I have published 11 independent volumes and more than 200 publications in various journals.
In 2020, I received my PhD degree from the Doctoral School of Literary Studies of the University of Pécs.
I was attracted by the opportunity offered by Mathias Corvinus Collegium because I felt that the institution's goals were in line with mine. I hope that this will be another opportunity for me to be able to do missionary work among young people in the Carpathian Basin.