I graduated from the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Debrecen with a degree in History in 2014, and then with a minor in Hungarian Language and Literature as a Master's teacher in 2017. Subsequently, I completed my degree in History and Hungarian Teaching with a bachelor's degree in Political Science. During my studies, I represented students at local and national forums, as vice-president of the Student and Doctoral Student Representation of the University of Debrecen and as president of the Student Self-Government of the Faculty of Arts.

Analyzing educational policy structures and looking for innovative educational opportunities, it is important for me to create a joyful and carefree atmosphere for the participants of the FIT Program in Debrecen, which motivates them to develop as individuals and to play an active role in the community.

The Debrecen Training Center attaches great importance to enriching the knowledge of the students participating in the Programs, so that they can make good use of their scientific knowledge and their experiences at the MCC in their lives.