Nora Henter has been with the Open Society Education Support Program since 2005 and provides essential budget-related and organizational support, serving at the same time as the secretary to the General Education Advisory Board. Between 2005–2007, she was the coordinator of Education Support’s RE:FINE (Resourcing Education: Fund for Innovations and Networking) program. Henter went on to become an office manager and helped lead Education Support’s work in Mongolia (2008–2011) and Hungary (2014–2015). After this, she coordinated the Open Society Foundations' Education Coordinators Working Group between 2010–2014.
Prior to joining Open Society, Henter worked as the office manager for the Hungarian Ethnographic Society (2004–2005), taught at the Miklos Zrinyi University of National Defense, Budapest (2003–2004), and worked as lead teacher at the First Experimental Language School of Relaxa Ltd. Budapest (1998–2004). From 1997 to 1998, she was an officer at the Rector’s International Relations Office of the Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest.
Henter received her PhD in literary studies from the Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest in 2008. She holds an MA in Russian and English language and literature from the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj, Romania.