1. Can you please introduce yourself (who are you, where are you from, what do you study)?
I'm from Bratislava, I have a degree in Work Psychology and I currently work as an organiser at international sports events.
2. How long have you been a member of ESN and what were your roles before becoming active in the international world of ESN?
I have been in ESN since 2013. I started as a local member in Bratislava and then in Almeria, Spain. Since then, I have been the section LR, National Vice-President as well as the National IEG coordinator.
3. What is your position within ComCom and how long have you been doing it?
I am an active member of the Proofreading Team, which is one of 8 teams of ComCom (Communication Committee). I have been there for roughly 3 years.
4. Can you describe your main tasks and responsibilities?
The Proofreading Team edits many different ESN documents, articles, posts, booklets, etc., before they are published or posted to the network. We check grammar, language, syntax, overall layout, typos, and translations.
5. What was your most valuable experience connected to being in ComCom so far?
Attending the Summer ComCom Meeting 2016 in Bratislava and getting a chance to meet the other ComCommers. It was amazing to meet so many talented people, get to know what they do in the other teams and to see what the ComComLove is all about :)
6. What were the most challenging tasks that you had to deal with?
That sometimes you are communicating with your team only via internet throughout the entire year. Sometimes you have never met those people.
7. Have you attended any international events related to ComCom? If so, which ones and what was the best about them?
Mentioned in question 5.
8. What is your message for people who can’t decide whether to join ComCom or not?
If you have any skills or simply just motivation and interest in any of the areas ComCom is dedicated to, then I strongly recommend you try and send in an application during the next recruitment! You only contribute as much as you are able to and when you are available...its not stressful but rather fun and creative, while working with other interesting people from all over Europe.