A new leader is to join MOME in September

Date: 2021.08.10
According to the unanimous decision of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation for the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Zsuzsanna Kun, economist, will join the MOME team on 1 September 2021 as Chief Executive Officer.

The professional has previously worked as the Head of Strategic Analysis at MOL Group, as senior consultant at IFUA Horváth & Partners, and as the founder of NIBADA Analytics. As Chief Executive Officer, Zsuzsanna Kun will oversee – among other things – the divisions of MOME in charge of financial management, HR policy, tendering activity, and branding.

“The key tasks of the new Chief Executive Officer will be to establish MOME’s new financial model, as well as to prepare and implement the University’s first comprehensive organisational development” – pointed out Gergely Böszörményi-Nagy, President of the Foundation for MOME, concerning the appointment.

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