It is a great honor and a challenge for me to be the Regional Director of the Békéscsaba Center and to play a role in bringing it to life. My husband and I and our three children live in Gyula. I worked as a German language teacher in a Catholic secondary school in Gyula, and in my daily work I felt it was important to take a complex view of children and young people, to accept them and do my best to show them the way to a more valuable life. As a master teacher, it is essential for me to engage in continuous professional development, to learn about good practice, to think together and to engage in lifelong learning. My life and my vocation are defined by the preservation of Christian, conservative values, the preservation of traditions, cultural and civic activities. I attach particular importance to community building and am therefore a member and leader of several NGOs. I hope to continue to work in a harmonious and loving atmosphere in which all my colleagues and the students who come to our school feel at home, and I would like to live up to the high quality standards set by Mathias Corvinus Collegium!