Martin Mlynár graduated from the Faculty of Commerce at the University of Economics in Bratislava in 2020, with a degree in marketing business management. During his studies, he actively worked in student governance organizations. He was a member and vice-chairman of the Student Council for Higher Education of the Slovak Republic. He is currently representing students as Chairman of the Board of the Education Support Fund working on increasing the availability of student loans. His doctoral research focuses on the labor migration of Roma, specifically on the reasons why some educated Roma migrate for work abroad, while others remain in Slovakia. Martin is led by Mgr., MA Lucia Mýtna Kureková, PhD. from the Institute for Forecasting of the Center of Social and Psychological Sciences of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.