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Meet the people working for the success of EMINA Foundation.

Julia Beregszaszi

Studies: Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Policies MA (2010 – 2012), Anti-Discrimination Authority, Validating anti-discrimination methods and developing common sensitivity. Accredited training course No. c.PL-4714 (2012), Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Social Work BA (2006 – 2010).

Professional experience: ESZA Community Service Non-Profit Ltd. (from July 2012). Program manager: control and follow-up of European Union projects, handling of applications and evaluations. MediaSales Ltd. (March 2012 – June 2012), tender writer volunteer. Responsible for the elaboration of the foundation’s educational strategy.

Key responsibility areas: founder of the organisation


Réka Vidomusz

Studies: 2013: Clinical psychologist MA at Semmelweis Universitiy of Budapest, Faculty of Medicine Science, 2012 – Psychology MA, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Counseling and School Psychology specialization. 2009 – Psychology BA, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology.

Professional activities/experiences: 2012- Founding member, Hungarian Tourette Syndrome Association. 2011- Vadaskert Child Psychiatry Hospital, Budapest, Psychologist- Tics/Tourette’s Outpatient Service. 2011- Helperek Association, Crisis intervention team, Volunteer. 2007–2009 – Pszichodiak Foundation, Volunteer Area of research: The Tourette Syndrome features, course of child psychiatric population. Special courses: 2009 – Communication skills development, 2011 – Crisis intervention methods

Key responsibility areas: advisor to the president, research


Nora Sipos

Studies: Human Resources Counselling (MA) and Adult Education Management (BA).

Professional and international experience: public administration, training innovation, volunteer mentoring, project management and communication, career counselling. Erasmus+ learning mobility in Porto, Portugal. Adult Education Academy, Winter School in Würzburg, Germany; ESRALE Summer Academy, Belgrade, Serbia (2015). Research area: diversity management, human resources development.

Key responsibility areas: career counselling, educational partnerships.

Andras Lorincz

Editor of numerous conference proceedings and author and translator of several research papers and articles in international reviews. Responsible for the general operation of the foundation.

Degree: Political Science (MA) and International Relations (BA). Currently: Political Science PhD.

Key responsibility areas: international cooperation and relations


Csilla Morauszki

Organiser of international conferences and author of numerous research papers and articles. Responsible for the foundation’s Erasmus+ project portfolio as well as for the communication with partners and stakeholders.

Degree: Political Science (BA and MA) and International Relations (BA).

Key responsibility areas: local events and stakeholder communication (Hungary)