I have been interested in the topic of sport for development for over a decade. That's why I enrolled in the PhD programme of the University of Physical Education (Hungary) in 2010. My research areas include the role of sport in international development and high-profile athletes’ involvement in development work. I obtained my PhD degree in 2021. I hold a Master’s degree in International Studies (2010) and a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management (2009).
My journey in SDP included an internship at Peace and Sport in 2012, an internship at sportanddev in 2014 and numerous study trips and conferences in various countries including Germany, Cambodia, the United Kingdom and Japan.
My non-academic work experience includes communication roles in various international sports organisations, including the European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation and the World Curling Federation. I'm a member of the Hungarian Society of Sport Science, the International Sports Press Association and the Hungarian Sports Journalists’ Association.