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Justyna Kowalska

professor of medicine – infectious diseases

I have been a doctor for over 20 years, but, as a professor of medicine, also a scientist and a teacher. I work in the field of infectious diseases, something that links all aspects of our lives. I have worked for many years with the World Health Organization and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. I believe in learning something new every day – I am constantly learning from others and passing on that knowledge.

Renata Pawłowska

sociologist and addiction specialist

I am a graduate of the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Social Reintegration at the University of Warsaw. Most of my professional work is inextricably linked to supporting various communities in their broader development. I enjoy helping, initiating, and supporting activities aimed at improving quality of life. My motto is – Working effectively with and for people.

Michał Żakowski

radio journalist

I am a reporter, and the author of many programs on international events. I have covered the war in Lebanon, the revolution in Egypt, and the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan. I have seen America elect Barack Obama and Donald Trump. In Ukraine, I witnessed the joy of the Maidan revolution. I believe that through our actions we can change the world.

Agata Skrzat-Klapaczyńska

doctor – infectious diseases

People are my passion. This is why I decided to become a doctor. I have been active in this profession for 14 years, and have also been engaged in training new generations of doctors. Working with people on a daily basis is a constant stimulus for me to learn and continuously develop myself. Human contact gives me energy, joy, and the strength to meet new challenges.