She has 19 years of experience in designing development programs for business and public sector managers. She has worked with clients from various industries – incl. pharmaceutical, service, FMCG, production and new technologie – across the globe. Her strongest asset in dealing with clients is the variety of her professional experience.
For 12 years she was associated with one of the oldest Polish non-governmental organizations developing leadership programs – the School for Leaders Foundation – as a facilitator, a programme coordinator and the head of the coaching team. In 2014, as a leader of a social movement, she successfully negotiated maternity benefits with the Polish government.
For 10 years she was a member of the Anti-Discrimination Education Society. For more than 8 years, she prepared the public administration for implementing equality and diversity solutions. Today he conducts diversity management trainings.
She also worked as a facilitator and consultant in large development projects devoted to women’s leadership and empowerment – in Ukraine, Georgia, Tajikistan and Afghanistan.
At House of Skills, she develops programmes requiring advanced tools of communication, including diversity, conflict resolution and challenging conversations.
She is also the author of a business storytelling programme – using reporters’ tools to create stories. She graduated from the Polish School of Reportage and cooperated with „Duży Format” and “Wysokie Obcasy” – weekly magazines of “Gazeta Wyborcza”.
She is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science and the Jagiellonian University. She was Hansard Society and British Council scholar.