Working as a manager in the Healthy Regions project, she is responsible for implementing a pilot project focusing on the participatory development and introduction of a new role into the Slovak healthcare system: the position of a Roma health mediator working directly in hospitals for Roma from marginalised communities.
Previously she worked for NHS and Oxfam in the UK and was a founder of the first Roma NGO based in Glasgow (UK), Romano Lav, which applies community development as a tool to advance citizenship among Roma communities by involving them in decision-making processes and increasing participation in community activities. Last year she completed a master’s degree in public administration at the Central European University in Budapest.