Director of Strategy at the Republikon Institute. She studied political science, survey statistics, and history at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE). She started to work at the Republikon in 2016. As a researcher and then the head of the research, she was responsible for analysis and research at the Institute, while also becoming responsible for managing Republikon’s international projects and relations
The Hungarian opposition joined its forces by sending a common candidate into the spring race to become Hungary’s next prime minister: Péter Márki-Zay. Only a joint program is missing. Be it as it may, the outlook is promising.