Daniella Deli is the Deputy State Secretary for Climate Policy at the Ministry of Energy. Previously, she was Chief of Cabinet to the Secretary of State for Circular Economy Development, Energy and Climate Policy at the Ministry of Innovation and Technology. Currently, she is responsible for national, EU and international climate policy and energy efficiency policy, as well as for the preparation of relevant legislation, climate policy strategies, and the planning of programmes and projects to increase energy efficiency and energy savings.
From 2018 to 2021, she worked as Head of Secretariat at the Deputy State Secretariat for European Union Relations of the Prime Minister's Office and then as Chief of Cabinet at the State Secretariat for European Union Affairs of the Ministry of Justice. She started her career in the public administration at the State Secretariat for European Union Affairs of the Prime Minister's Office, where she worked on issues such as climate policy, environment, agriculture and fisheries.
She studied International Relations at the University of Pannonia and Pázmány Péter Catholic University, graduating as a Certified International Relations Analyst in Cultural Diplomacy specialization.