Gabriella Kanyok is a diplomatic protocol, etiquette and communication expert with more than 10 years' experience in working with EU institutes, NGOs, internaional organisations, and supporting professionals. She started her carrier working for a European political campaign, where she had the chance to work with the master of this topic, Sir Lynton Crosby. Afterwards in 2009 she was engaged at European Parliament supporting members for many years, while she was appointed by the Secretary General of the European Parliament to be the Vice-President of the Committee of Tellers for the Accredited Parliamentary Assistants with the aim to organise their first election event. She was a member of the Board at the Junior Chamber International (JCI) The Heart of Europe, and member of the Young Professionals in Foreign Policy. During her official engagements, she mastered the different social and business behaviors, and by joining the Conferences and Communications Unit of COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology), she learnt to combine her fields of expertise within an international NGO. In 2013, her first company, The Flow Ltd. became an official service provider in the European Parliament, creating and conducting successful international communication campaigns for parliamentarians. The company has been growing since then providing communication services in Europe.
In 2014, she started her adventure at the Trade Office of the Embassy of the Republic of The Sudan in Budapest, where she got an insight into the Arabian world. She had an active role in the organisation of the opening ceremony of the Hungarian Diplomatic Regional Trade House in Khartoum.
Currently she does not only advise and train government- and EU officials, businessmen in the field of diplomatic protocol and business etiquette. but she leads the communication department of an international organisation.
Gabriella holds a Master on International Studies, and a Master on Protocol, Diplomacy and Cross Cultural Relations, and speaks Hungarian, English and French, and is currently learning Mandarin Chinese.