Starting her diplomatic career at the UN Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, her first focus areas were human rights, migration, security policy, youth affairs and the drafting procedure of numerous resolutions of the Security Council and the UN General Assembly. At the age of 26, she started her first external service as a diplomat responsible for the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the EU in Lisbon. Returning home as Head of Unit of the UN Department, she mainly dealt with migration and asylum issues, thus participating in numerous negotiations in the EU member states representing Hungarian interests. During the pandemic, she assisted the work of the Ministry as a member of the foreign trade logistics working group for COVID-19.

Currently, she is the Head of MCC's Women's Public Leadership Programme, and the advisor to the Commissioner Responsible for Persons Fleeing the Russia-Ukraine War Entering Hungary.

In connection to the Women's Public Leadership Programme, she introduced a professional pillar system, thus in addition to the public sector focus, she aims to involve the corporate sphere, business communication and start-ups in the training programme. In her opinion, the goal is to search for, embrace, train, and forge into a community those broad-minded, multilingual, critical-thinking young women who feel an ambition to play a role in public life. During the designing of the training, she strove to support the development of the participants by internationally recognised presenters, foreign language training elements, workshops, situational and psychological exercises, and project tasks, upon which it is possible to build an internationally competitive and unique women's community in Central Europe.

She obtained her bachelor's degree (BA) in English literature and culture at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Debrecen (journalism minor), and her master's degree (MA) in international relations at Eötvös Loránd University's Faculty of Social Sciences (specialization in European development policy). She wrote her master's thesis on the rise of digital diplomacy and Trump's post-politics ("War in one click?"). She spent her Erasmus semester in Brussels in order to get to know the EU institutions more deeply, and completed her professional internship programme with the cultural and EU diplomats of the Hungarian Embassy in Madrid.

She is currently studying law at Pázmány Péter Catholic University.

She speaks advanced level English and Spanish, and intermediate level Portuguese and French.

Previously, she was an athlete selected in the national team in 400 m track running, she was also multiple times national champion and was a participant at the European Athletics Team Championship in Dublin (2013).