|Gene Keys Hungary|
This month we introduce Katilin Nagy who is part of the MLM representing Hungary.
From her university studies in International Relations through life as a foreign policy journalist and many years of expatriate life abroad with her diplomat husband, Kati arrived in her mid-thirties completing a degree in Psychology and becoming a therapist. The discovery of Human Design led her to the Gene Keys, which opened up a whole new world to her.
Kati translated the Gene Keys book, The Golden Path and recently The Art of Contemplation into Hungarian, and she is facilitating the development of the Gene Keyscommunity in Hungary. With her 3/5 Cross of Planning design, her passion is to cooperate with people on new kinds of sustainable projects and experiment with new ways of cooperation. She has been the coordinator of the Multi-Lingual Matters team in the Society for two years now, where she represents a passionate voice for finding ways to include all languages and all voices, and developing new forms of working together in the spirit of fairness, transparency and equality.
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