I graduated from ELTE in 2014 with a BA in International Studies, in 2015 with a BA in Political Science and in 2017 with an MA in Political Science. I have been a PhD student at ELTE's Doctoral School of Political Science since 2017. Also in 2017 I was awarded the ELTE Bíró Gáspár Memorial Prize. I started my professional career at the Deputy State Secretariat for Strategy and Information of the Prime Minister's Office as a strategy officer, after which I worked as a media analyst at Observer Kft. Finally, in 2018, I returned to the Deputy State Secretariat for Strategic Analysis of the Prime Minister's Office, where I headed the Strategy Department. During my years in public administration, I have been a mentor in the Hungarian Public Administration Scholarship Program on several occasions.

Since 2018, I have been teaching History of Universal Political Thought at the ELTE ÁJK. Also, from this year onwards, I am a tutor mentor for first-year political science students. In addition, I have been involved in curriculum development on behalf of the Centre for Continuing Education in Public Service of the National University of Public Service. My research interests include a language-centred approach to politics, political language, political vocabulary and political thinking.

The Academic Directorate, which I head, is responsible for overseeing the academic and research activities of the MCC and for the professional coordination of the schools and workshops. It also runs the MCC's PhD Program, Postdoctoral Publishing Program and the Workshop Membership Program.