Borcsa was born and raised in Hungary. She likes detours but she always returns to her beloved hometown, Budapest. She holds a B.Sc. in tourism and has been working as a tour guide for the past few years. Her Jewish journey started in 2009 when she went on a Birthright trip to Israel. The following year she joined MiNYanim, a one year Eastern-Central European leadership program. The program opened her eyes and provided a great overview of the Jewish world and Jewish communities both globally and locally. From there Borcsa became increasingly involved in Jewish sport in Budapest, and last year she launched the Track & Field Club of Maccabi Hungary. Borcsa decided to deepen her Jewish knowledge and in 2013-14 she studied in Stockholm as a Baruch Spinoza fellow at Paideia - the European Institute for Jewish Studies. A year later, she attended a MASA program and studied in an ulpan for new immigrants in Jerusalem. Currently, she is working towards an M.A. in cultural history from the Jewish Theological Seminary and hopes to become one of the few historians of Jewish culture in Budapest. In addition to her work and her studies, Borcsa has found the time to establish her own program: Talmud not only for Women. After studying Talmud with Chaya Gilboa at Paideia, she understood the significance of these ancient texts to life in the 21st century and is seeking to make Talmud relevant and bring it closer to the Hungarian Jewish community and Hungarian society in general.