Katalin Miskolci

Position: 
Chief Operating Officer & Senior Vice President

Contact information

Budapest, Nador u. 9, Monument Building | 204
+36 1 327-3182

Katalin Miskolci is the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of CEU. She leads CEU's administrative areas including finance and budgeting (BFO), human resources (HRO), information technology (ICT), institutional research (IRO), legal counsel (LEGO), facilities (FAC) and campus redevelopment (CREO), communications, fundraising (DEVO), student services (DoS), enrollment (recruitment, admissions, financial aid), career services, alumni services (ECA), equal opportunity, and strategic administrative initiatives - project office (SAIPO).

Prior to CEU, Katalin has driven organizational transformation in various line management and consulting roles throughout her career at McKinsey, Vodafone, and IBM. As a leader of McKinsey’s Service Operations service line, she advised clients on support functions including - amongst others - Finance, Procurement, HR and IT.

Katalin has led strategy and implementation of large scale programs in global support services design, outsourcing, offshoring, post-merger management, customer service strategy, service operations excellence, and technology deployment. Passionate about talent development, she has hired and developed talents for key roles, and supported hundreds of career moves in her previous roles. 

Katalin holds an M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Budapest and an MBA from the City University of New York. She was included in alma mater Fazekas Mihaly Gimnazium's “Top 100 Mathematics Graduates” Wall of Fame, and - upon her MBA graduation from the Zicklin School of Business - received an invitation to join the Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Business School Society.

Qualification

MBA, City University of New York, Baruch College, Honors Program, 2001.
M.Sc. in Computer Engineering, Technical University of Budapest, Hungary, 1999.
Semester exchange in TU Munich, Germany, 1997.
Semester exchange in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, US, 1996.