Make the most of EU resources for your region or city
An economist by education with a passion for storytelling with number. After a Tempus scholarship in Aarhus, Denmark and an Erasmus semester in Germany, she graduated from the University of Pecs, Hungary. She has been working in Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union for more than 10 years in the domain of regional and city statistics. Since 2011 she has been the co-editor of the Eurostat regional yearbook. She has played an active role in the International Association of Official Statisticians in the past years.