After graduation, between 2013 and 2018, I worked as lawyer in Budapest, Hungary. At a law firm, I drafted contracts and litigation documents. Then, I supported the policy work and managed relationships at the department for road infrastructure in the Ministry of National Development. There, I gained experience in cooperating with engineers and financial professionals and engaged with stakeholders from the public and private sector. My last post was at the Ministry of Justice where I was a legislative drafter.
Pursuing my interest in development studies and gaining quantitative skills, I came to the Netherlands in 2018. For a year, I lived and worked in Nijmegen. Then, I took the Public Policy & Human Development course of Maastricht University & UNU-Merit where I specialised in Social Protection policies. During my studies, I delved into the holistic approaches of poverty and inequality alleviation, the finances, and the monitoring and evaluation of social transfer and development schemes.
Now, I am committed to contribute my multi-disciplinary skills and thrilled to make difference applying the unique Diamond Approach of WASTE, supporting the development of innovative financial solutions, in particular, the new Sanitation Impact Bond.
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