I am a true believer of the power of education because it has affected my life profoundly. Being an immigrant to the US, my childhood and early education trace back to Hungary. My family and I moved to the United States in 1989. My new adaptive Country provided me with the opportunity to complete my college education. In 2008, I had earned my bachelor's degree in science cum laude at San Francisco State University. After my graduation, I decided to pursue the teaching career. Consequently, af... [more]
I had worked for Sasha Vlad translation agency between 1994 to 1997, translating documents, certificates, and on one occasion acted as a court appointed translator. In addition to that, I am a native speaker of the Hungarian language with a college degree and a California teaching credential. I was born in Hungary, my native language is Hungarian. I had completed my elementary and secondary education in Hungary. I was twenty nine years old when I left Hungary and immigrated to the United States, where I had earned my BS and CT Credentials. My wife is Hungarian and my older was daughter born in Hungary. I visit Hungary every other year.