Co-founder, and co-president of AMIT – American-Hungarian School’s Association Inc.
Katalin was born and raised in Hungary she lives on Long Island, New York. Katalin is a co-founder and co-president of AMIT, American-Hungarian School’s Association Inc. Her three children are members of the Hungarian Scouts Troop in Manhattan and have been studying in the Manhattan-based Arany Janos Hungarian Heritage School, where she worked as a teacher and principal. Katalin is a German as a second language teacher and ESOL tutor. She teaches at Deutsche Sprachschule Long Island and at North Shore Public Library. Katalin is a member of the diaspora council and she is also Hungarian language representative at the National Coalition of Community-Based Heritage Language School Conference.
2005 Full Circle Award Suffolk Literacy NY
2016 Certificate of Honor Consulate General of Hungary in NY