Lýdia Tobiášová assumed the position of the Executive Director at Fulbright Commission in June 2020. She holds an MA. and PhD. from the Faculty of Law, Comenius University in Bratislava. During her professional years, she served on different positions in academia and civil service. She was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Criminal Law in 2007-2015, teaching criminal law courses and publishing in law journals and textbooks. She has been awarded with several scholarships abroad, including Fulbright Scholar Program at Fordham Law School in New York City and Pittsburgh University School of Law as a recipient of Ruth Crawford Mitchell Fellowship. She acted as a Vice-Dean for International Relations and Erasmus Mobility Coordinator in 2011-2015. In 2015, Lýdia joined the Slovak Ministry of Defence as a legal adviser at international law department focusing on international law, international humanitarian law and law of armed conflict, and was engaged in several professional courses with Defense Institute of International Legal Studies in Newport, Rhode Island, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense. As a proud Fulbright Alumna she also served as a Board Member at Slovak Fulbright Alumni Association in 2018-19.