Eszter holds a BA in International Relations from Corvinus University Budapest and an Erasmus Mundus joint degree MA in Public Policy which she completed at the Central European University (CEU) and the University of York (UK). She has widespread experience in research and policy analysis. Prior to her PhD studies, Eszter interned at the European Parliament in the Office of Tamás Meszerics MEP (Greens/EFA) and the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin and worked as a Policy Analyst at the Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis. She has also performed work for the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Hertie School of Governance and OSCE among others. Eszter’s academic interests include the intersections of development and climate, joint implementation of interconnections between policy subfields as well as environmental justice. Within the ADAPTED program, Eszter explores the synergies, trade-offs and interlinkages between climate commitments and sustainable development goals (specifically: SDG1, no poverty) in Sub-Saharan African countries.