Head of Mentor Program
I found my vocation on an eventful journey: I started as a musician, switched to art history, and finally became a history teacher and a family and child protector. I heard about the Világszép Foundation during my university years, and I found their work awesome and amazing already back then. I am happy that I have been able to support the work of the Foundation since 2016 as an employee of the Világszép Foundation. At present, I am responsible for the individual focus programs at the Foundation, as the Manager of the Mentor Program. My job is to support our volunteer mentors, to find solution for the problems of the young people in crisis at Világszép, and to help the older young people of Világszép find job. It is important for me to spend as much time as possible time with the children within our view, so during the summer I have been regularly camping or attending meetings and sessions. My job involves varying and diverse activities which always put me in new situations that I really enjoy.