Zsuzsanna Mátrai joined Microsoft in September 2017 after a 20 year diplomatic career with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary. She is based in Budapest focused on Microsoft’s corporate and government affairs across Central and Eastern Europe. She is an advocate of Microsoft’s core values and philanthropic activities ranging from AI through privacy and security issues to education. In cooperation with Microsoft Brussels, she is involved with strategic planning to positively shape the debate and public policy outcomes on issues important to the ICT industry. Prior to joining Microsoft, her diplomatic career focused mainly on Hungary’s European integration process, also serving as a diplomat at the Hungarian Embassy in Paris. She holds degrees in economic sciences and European law.

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