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Our team

In Romaversitas we support Roma students to gain access to quality education.
We believe that education provides choices for children and a means to accomplish their goals and full potentials.
We support them on the path to become Romani intellectuals, who advocate for their communities and shape the narratives about Roma.


Boglárka Fedorkó
Executive Director

I am a human rights expert and Roma feminist activist. I am an economist by training, who is passionate about social justice and has been active in diverse fields, such as international education inclusion projects, Roma rights advocacy and women empowerment. In the past 10 years, I have worked for international organisations in the field of migration, trafficking, education inclusion and LGBT rights. Additionally, I helped the communications and fundraising of Romani Design, the world’s first Roma fashion brand. In 2020, I created Ame Panzh, a collective of young Roma activists to initiate an honest dialogue about the exclusion practices harming minorities in Hungary. In 2021, we were nominated for the Freedom Prize of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union. In 2022, we received the Raoul Wallenberg Prize.

As a proud Romaversitas alumna, I know how important Romaversitas’s role is in making access possible to quality education and in creating a supportive community. My Romaversitas years were life-changing and I hope our students will also have the best memories of our time spent together.

Hámori Zoltán portré, a Romaversitas részére, Budapest, Hungary, 5 January 2021.

Zoltán Hámori
Head of Operations

Zoltán earned a dual Masters’s degree in Political Science and Economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest, where he is an instructor since his graduation. He started his career in the NGO sector at the Foundation for Democratic Youth as a Project Coordinator, where he later became a Managing Director. In 2012 he became the CFO of the Egyesek Youth Association and the Sophianum non-profit enterprise, where he gained experience at the finances of NGOs – an experience which he currently relies on as a consultant at. BeeTree, an expert group he co-founded in 2015. In this role, he worked with more than 20 civil society organizations and non-profit enterprises as a consultant in organizational development. He joined Romaversitas Foundation in 2018 as a CFO and later became the Head of Operations.

Paskó Ildi portré, Romaversitas, Budapest, Hungary, 7 January 2021.

Ildikó Paskó
Education Director

Ildi is a Sociology and Social Work graduate. She used to work at the Beszélő journal and at the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (TASZ). As a freelancer, she contributed to multiple initiatives and research projects in the fields of education and social justice. She joined Romaversitas Foundation in 2006 as a trainer, and today she is responsible for the educational activities of the organization.

Jakab Mária, a Romaversitas részére, Budapest, Hungary, 5 January 2021.

Mária Jakab
Financial Officer and Education Programme Coordinator

Köteles Gyöngyi portré, Romaversitas, Budapest, Hungary, 8 January 2021.

Gyöngyi Köteles
Mentor and Coach


Zsolt Horváth
Communications Manager

Sófalvi Tímea (Mumus) portré, Romaversitas, Budapest, Hungary, 8 January 2021.

Tímea Sófalvi
Mentor and Coach

Törley Kata portré, Romaversitas, Budapest, Hungary, 7 January 2021.

Kata Törley
Career Counselor, Education Programme Advisor

Our Board:

  • dr. Dinók Henriett (president)
  • dr. Vivien Brassói
  • Aladár Horváth
  • Márta Józsa
  • Angéla Kóczé
  • Sándor Szőke