Natália studied social work at the Faculty of Arts at UNIPO and even during her studies, she focused on issues related to Roma communities.
She worked primarily in the non-profit sector (People in Need, Counseling for Civil and Human Rights, and others…) but also in public sector (Office of the Government Plenipotentiary for Roma Communities). She focused mainly on Roma women (supporting women, their activism, and protection against discrimination) and education of children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds.
Natália completed various training courses, such as Training of Trainers/Facilitation (PDCS), Human Trafficking (IOM), Violence against Women (Fenestra), and Accredited Supervision Training. In addition to her role as a programme manager for UPre ženy, she also works as a supervisor.