Noemi is a Researcher at VVA Brussels.
Throughout her studies and professional experience, she gained knowledge regarding several policy areas such as cohesion policy, economic policy and social affairs. Besides, Noemi also possesses a strong interest in digital transformation and is fascinated by how technological disruption is changing the face of several policy areas. Her skillset comprises desk research, data collection and analysis as well as qualitative skills such as conducting interviews.
Before joining VVA, Noemi developed her expertise as a trainee at the Directorate of the Presidency, at the European Court of Auditors. She was involved in future trend mapping that provided her with insights in a wide range of future challenges affecting the EU. Prior to this, Noemi was an officer at the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture, where she was involved in the evaluation of the Hungarian Rural Development Plan. She holds two bachelor’s degrees, one in International Relations and one in International Business Economics. During her master’s studies in International Relations, she majored in European Studies. In her thesis, she analysed the efficiency of cohesion policy and familiarised herself with different methods to measuring regional disparities.
Noemi is a native Hungarian speaker, she is fluent in English and German and is currently learning French. As an outdoor enthusiast, she enjoys spending her free time hiking.