I started my studies at the National University of Public Service in 2014, graduated summa cum laude in 2017 with a Master's degree in Public Administration, and in 2021 with a Master's degree in Public Administration.I am currently a student at the Doctoral School of Public Administration of the National University of the National University of Estonia, where I am conducting research in the field of public administration and governance.

During my university years, in addition to student representation, I have been awarded the New National Excellence Program Scholarship, a Higher Education Scholarship and the Széll Kálmán Scholarship of the Hungary Foundation. Thanks to the latter, I spent a semester in Washington DC at George Mason University, where I received two academic excellence awards. I was later awarded a Common Sense Society - Europa Fellowship.

I started my career in the Hungarian Public Administration Scholarship Program at the Prime Minister's Office, and after the program I worked at the Prime Minister's Office as a desk officer, parliamentary secretary and later as head of the department responsible for the MNE program.

My responsibilities at the MCC include coordinating the day-to-day running of the postgraduate programs, developing their training programs and broadening their portfolio.

I speak English and study Russian.