Zsuzsanna Felkai Janssen graduated in law in Budapest in the Eötvös Lóránd University in Hungary in 1996. She has a master degree in Commercial and Competition Law from the King’s College London and she has also a master in European Studies in the University of Hamburg. In 2002, she joined the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union to assist the accession of Hungary to the European Union as a lawyer linguistic reviser. Since 2011, she has been working at the European Commission in the Directorate General Home Affairs and Migration. She has been in charge of the Schengen Information System, the largest EU law enforcement database, first as a lawyer and afterwards as a Head of Sector. Numerous initiatives have been adopted under her leadership for example in the field of terrorism and biometrics. She has initiated and negotiated the existing legal framework. Since 2018, she is heading a situational awareness sector concerning migration and her team is producing the most important migration situational awareness report of the European Commission in the area of migration. In addition to her migration related tasks, she has been appointed to the DG Coordinator for Artificial Intelligence to coordinate and lead the DG AI related initiatives.
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