Political scientist with a specialization in Foreign Service.

Since April 2017, she has been in charge of Public Affairs at PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna S.A. Previously, for ten years, she gained professional experience in the national administration (including as Director of the Social Communication Office of one of the economic ministries) and in the European Union structures, working in expert, advisory and managerial positions.

For several years she worked closely with the Parliamentary Committee on Energy and State Treasury. While working at the European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg, she cooperated with the Industry, Research and Energy Committee as well as the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee in the European Parliament. During her accreditation at the European Parliament in Brussels, she was responsible for preparing analyses and expert opinions on energy issues (including energy security), the EU internal market and economic cooperation. She also participated in negotiations between the European Parliament and the European Commission on reports and opinions regulating, among others, the area of energy, environmental and climate protection and the EU internal market.

She specializes in international issues (especially European Union and diplomacy), as well as public administration, media, communication and management. In addition to a diploma in political science, she holds a degree in psychology (she specialized, among others, in the psychology of business and management).

  1. representing the Association outside,
  2. directing all activities of PKEE and managing its property,
  3. defining detailed rules of conducting business activity by PKEE,
  4. initiating and coordinating PKEE cooperation with other national and foreign associations,
  5. initiating and coordinating the work of PKEE Study Committees, disseminating in the country the results of work and materials of conferences, symposia and other activities in areas related to statutory objectives of PKEE,
  6. drawing up draft estimates of revenue and expenditure,
  7. adoption of PKEE by-laws,
  8. admitting new members to PKEE, excluding PKEE members and notifying expiration of membership,
  9. convening, setting the agenda and organising PKEE General Meetings, implementing General Meetings' resolutions and the Audit Committee's motions,
  10. Motion to grant or deprive of the honorary membership of PKEE,
  11. setting up and supervising the work of the administrative units of the PKEE m. setting deadlines for the payment of dues and the amount of membership fees.
The Governing Board is the governing, initiating and coordinating body of the PKEE. The competences of the Governing Board include, in particular: Close description

Council Bureau

Council members

  1. to carry out an annual audit of the association's activities and to draw up conclusions on this basis and to present them to the General Assembly and the Governing Board,
  2. carrying out ad hoc inspections of individual areas of the association's activity, if necessary,
  3. giving an opinion on the draft estimates of revenue and expenditure,
  4. making a motion to the General Assembly to discharge the members of the Governing Board.
The Audit Committee is the internal control body of the association, whose tasks include: Close description