I graduated from Szeged University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences with a Master’s Degree in Law and European Union Law, later qualified in Public Administration in 2000, and in Law in 2009. I started my career in the State Secretariat for Public Administration and Regional Policy of the Prime Minister’s Office. From 2003 to 2008 I managed the organizational units of the Ministry of Justice in the fields of development policies and strategic affairs, and during this period as a sectorial planner I could participate in setting up the First and Second National Development Plan. In this post I led the elaboration and implementation of several judicial strategic documents and key projects. Between 2007 and 2008 I was the Secretary of the Anti-Corruption Coordination Board. Between 2008 and 2011 I headed the organizational units responsible for professional innovation and methodology in the Hungarian State Audit Office, consequently in 2009 I managed the Integrity project resumed by the Office. During my career in public administration I have been praised by the minister several times.
In the summer of 2011 I made a decision – while sticking to the service of Hungarian public affairs and public administration – to utilize my more than 10 years of practice in public administration in a professionally highly motivated and active team of a dynamically growing business company. Therefore I joined eGov Consulting Kft late August in 2011, where in the position of managing consultant my job incorporates the setting up and management of certain public administration development projects, while directly leading and monitoring the colleagues participating in the projects (quality assurance).
I am married with two daughters. After work I devote my spare time – as much as possible – to my family. Besides, I am interested in the daily events of public life and politics. I continue my post graduate studies at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences and had been acting for 10 years as the secretary of the Magyary zoltán Association for e-Government Sciences.