David Dorosz was born in Budapest in 1985. Besides graduating as J.D., he studied international relations. Dorosz also holds an M.B.A from Webster University (St. Louis, U.S.A).

He was a founding member of Hungary’s first green party and served as a Member of Parliament for four years, mostly focusing on international relations and anti-corruption issues. In 2012 Dorosz, as the second youngest in the modern history of the nation, was elected deputy leader of his parliamentary group.

Later Dorosz moved to the I.T. sector and started his own business. As the co-founder and COO of his internationally expanding digital agency, he led his company to a successful exit. In 2019 as campaign chairman he built up and led Gergely Karácsony’s winning campaign for Mayor of Budapest.

His articles appear regularly in the traditional and online media, including among others the New York Times, Politico and Democracy Now. In his free time, Dorosz is an avid amateur photographer and traveler.