András started to work on the development of volunteerism in 1998 as Program Manager at the Nonprofit Information and Training Centre Foundation (NIOK). As Executive Director of ÖKA he launched several new initiatives, like the Act on Volunteerism, the Volunteer Centres Network, the volunteer management trainer pool, the IDEA long term volunteering project (ÖTLET) and the National Volunteer Strategy of Hungary. In the recent years he helped to create the corporate volunteering strategy of several companies and has been focusing on the development of pro bono culture in Hungary.
He created the Pro Bono for Social Good conference and several pro bono programs in Hungary with companies like GE, E.ON and Mastercard. He is author of several articles on corporate volunteering, responsible business and pro bono development. He has been featured in HVG BUSINESS and FORBES. Since June 2015 he is Global Council member of the Global Pro Bono Network. He was member of the Board of Directors at the European Volunteer Centre (CEV) between 2006 and 2012. As appreciation to his efforts for the development of volunteer sector in Hungary he has been awarded with the Gold Cross of Merit of the Hungarian Republic in 2013.