Eva Vajda is a former Hungarian award-winning investigative reporter who covered corruption, wrongdoings and misuse of power for almost two decades. She is currently based in London, working for Thomson Foundation as a trainer and mentor in media development projects. Prior to that, she worked as a regional researcher for Amnesty International. She ran journalism workshops both online and offline in all over the region and in the countries of the former Soviet Union, including Russia and Belarusia. She taught journalism in a Budapest university for more than a decade and is an author of Hungarian investigative reporting books and storybooks. She studied economics and law in Budapest, journalism in the US and at the BBC and she also holds a CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) degree.