I am a lecturer at the Faculty of Finance and Accountancy at Budapest Business School, and currently the Dean of the Faculty. I consider development and improvement, striving for quality, and thinking together about the future to be important in my work as both Dean and Instructor. In 1997 I graduated from the Budapest University of Economics and Public Administration (now Corvinus University of Budapest) with a degree in Management Organisation and Sociology. I also obtained my PhD at the Doctoral School of Management with my dissertation entitled “Human Resource Management as a Moral Maze”. I have been teaching university courses since 2003, and since 2012 I have been teaching at the Faculty of Finance and Accountancy (FFA) at BBS, and in Master's and Post-graduate level programmes at several domestic and foreign universities (Babes Bolyai, Catholic University of Lille, Corvinus University).
At BBS, I am responsible for the Human Resources undergraduate programme and for the HRD specialisation in Leadership and Organisation at the Master’s level. I currently teach courses mostly related to various areas of human resource management, responsible and ethical management, and participatory methodologies. I am happy to supervise students writing their dissertations and/or Student Research Society theses. My key areas of research and publication are the social and labor market integration of people with disabilities, the situation of entrepreneurs with disabilities, HR practices in small and family businesses, responsible and ethical corporate governance, and the future of (business) higher education.