Board of Directors

The mandate of the NAHC is to promote the cultural life of the Hungarian communities in Canada. Its key strategies include good organization, efficient team work, and the support by the Hungarian communities nationwide. The Board of Directors has three divisions with a total of 17 board members.

Executive Board of Directors

President
president@kmosz.ca
Gábor Vaski (Burlington, ON)
Financial advisor, founder and president of the Extra Hungariam Foundation, ex-president of the Hungarian Cultural Centre in Canada.
Treasurer
vicepresident@kmosz.ca
Dr. István Fogarasi (Toronto, ON)
Architect, ex-president of the Hungarian Society of Architects in Canada.
Vice President, Cultural Affairs
vp.culture@kmosz.ca
Zsolt Bede-Fazekas (Toronto, ON)
Founder and director of the Parameter Club in Toronto, editor and producer of the Independent Hungarian Radio, owner of the Pannónia booksotre, ex-president of the Hungarian Cultural Centre in Canada, organizer of more than 600 cultural events.
Vice President, Youth Affairs
vp.youth@kmosz.ca
Enikő Huber (Windsor, ON)
Information technology entrepreneur, manager of the Hungarian school and active member of the Hungarian community in Windsor.
Vice President, Funding
vp.funding@kmosz.ca
Margit Péterhegyi (Toronto, ON)
Dental technicican, member of the Board of Directors of the Extra Hungariam Foundation, active member of the Hungarian community.
Vice President, Media
vp.media@kmosz.ca
Rev. Dr. József Pungur (Edmonton, AB)
Presbyterian reverend and scholar, ex-professor in Kenya and at the University of Alberta, author of many religious books and essays, Editor-in-Chief of the Hungarian Reporter, the online newletter of the HNAC.
Vice President, Communications
secretary@kmosz.ca
Rózsa Dancs Telch (Toronto, ON)
Writer, winner of the Szervátiusz Jenő Prize, Editor-in-Chief of Kalejdoszkóp, a cultural journal published in English and Hungarian.
Treasurer
treasurer@kmosz.ca
Zsófia Gábor (Ottawa, ON)
Retired director of a giant electronics company in Canada, ex-vice president and treasurer of the Ottawa Hungarian Community Centre.

Territorial Vice-Presidents

Montréal and Québec
vp.montreal@kmosz.ca
Julianna Bódi (Montréal, QC)
Pharmacy technician, retired teacher of the Hungarian school in Montréal for decades, currently, the civil representative of Our Lady of Hungary Catholic Parish in Montréal.
Eastern Ontario and Capital Region
vp.capitalregion@kmosz.ca
Dr. Tibor Lapohos (Ottawa, ON)
Electrical engineer, co-founder and vice president of the Hungarian Students Society in Kolozsvár, long-time teacher of Hungarian folk dance to children, currently, the president of the Ottawa Hungarian Community Centre.
Metropolitan Toronto
vp.toronto@kmosz.ca
Katalin Szabó (Toronto, ON)
Registered optician manager, president of the Dr. János Halász Library in Toronto, former president and board member for twenty years of the Hungarian Cultural Centre in Toronto, former president of the Kodály Hungarian Folk Dance Ensemble in Toronto.
South Western Ontario
vp.southwesternontario@kmosz.ca
Alberta
vp.alberta@kmosz.ca
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This position is being filled.
British Columbia
vp.britishcolumbia@kmosz.ca
Tibor Ábrahám (Vancouver, BC)
Construction entrepreneur, ex-president of the Hungarian Cultural Society in Vancouver, associate president of the Hungarian Diaspora Council in Canada.

Honorary Board Members

Youth Organizations
vp.honorary.youth@kmosz.ca
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This position is being filled.
Hungarian Centres
vp.honorary.centres@kmosz.ca
Judit Török (Vancouver, BC)
Liaison and educator, organiser of the cultural events of the Hungarian Cultural Society in Vancouver.
Egyházakat képviselő tiszteletbeli alelnök
vp.honorary.churches@kmosz.ca
Rev. Miklós Szigeti (Vancouver, BC)
Reverend of the First Hungarian Presbyterian Church in Vancouver..