Viktoria serves as the head of the program at LEAF, a Slovak NGO that develops young talent. Her goal is to build a knowledge economy through leveraging the Slovak diaspora. With her team she designs and implements activities that attempt to turn the brain drain to brain circulation. Before returning to Slovakia, she trained at the Office of the European Ombudsman in Brussels and Strasbourg, providing legal advice on good public administration and transparency to EU institutions, building upon the knowledge she gained while she pursued studies in law, human rights and EU law in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Apart from the world of migration, nationality and citizenship policies, she is fascinated by the science behind learning and teaching languages.

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