András has been the European Affairs Manager at the World Jewish Congress since 2019. Prior to joining to WJC he was the Executive Director of the European Union of Jewish Students the umbrella organization of national Jewish student unions across Europe. Until 2016 he was the Program Manager for Jewish Life and Antisemitism at the Budapest based Tom Lantos Institute. András was the chairperson of the Youth Council of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Hungary (Mazsihisz), the coordinator of the Forum Against Antisemitism and a member of the U.S. Embassy Youth Council in Budapest. He has co-founded Habonim Dror Hungary, a Jewish youth movement of which he later became the educational director and where he has organized several interfaith and intercultural projects. András has graduated at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at IDC Herzliya in Israel where he specialized in international affairs and conducted researches about online radicalism. Besides his experience in the public sector, András also worked at the corporate sector for four years in the field of logistics and project management.