After a long journey with the Society, this year Wojciech was elected as the Co-President. A lawyer with an artistic soul, who truly enjoys exposing the shortcuts of the legal doctrine, especially in the tenebrous area of the Law of Trusts. His passion is the organ music and pondering about the intricacies of the human psychology. When you do not meet him wandering around the LSE baffled about the Forum or mentoring youngsters to discover the marvels of the British education, you will certainly find him in his tiny room, either writing a romantic poem or, hidden in the warmth of his bed, reading his beloved Goethe.
Krzysztof is a second year Law student at LSE, born and raised in Warsaw, where he completed International Baccalaureate Programme. After organizing the LSE SU Polish Economic Forum last year, he was elected as the Co-President by the members of the Society. Apart from his interest in international arbitration, corporate law and history, Krzysztof is dedicated to practicing numerous martial arts and is a qualified VDWS Windsurfing instructor. In addition, he is involved in educational consulting and serves as a member of legal pro bono organizations.
Paulina is the Treasurer in our society. She is a third year Mathematics with Economics student at LSE. Paulina is originally from Kielce where she completed her former education. She is interested in game theory and all other fields in mathematics that combine creative and logical approach. Apart from studying she is a fashion lover and works as a model. Being very energetic person, Paulina enjoys different types of sports. She loves dancing, which she started at age of 4, gymnastics, rollerskating, skiing and recently added boxing to her list.
Paulina, born and raised in Kraków, is a student of BSc Mathematics and Economics and a Secretary for the Polish Business Society. She has been gaining a strong international business background (UK, Poland and Vietnam in particular), liaising with banks, corporations, businesses (gold, power etc) and artists, such as Shinji Ogawa. Paulina interned at Goldman Sachs with a Tax Team, at the Sky plc (TV) in the Finance department, completed a research project in cooperation with Southwark Council and took part in State Street Mentoring Programme. She enjoys rowing, strength training and travelling.
Having finished journalism and social communication at the University of Warsaw and a 1-year governmental scholarship in Indonesian language in Jakarta, Olivia started MSc in Media and Communications Governance at LSE. You might have read or seen her articles and reports in Onet.pl, CNN Indonesia or National Geographic Poland. Her greatest passion is writing in-depth reports, and for one of them she was awarded the Polish Journalists Association Award (called “the Polish Pulitzer prizes”) for the best press reportage on social issues in 2016. In Polish Business Society, Olivia bears the duties of the Head of Media Strategy. In addition to the media and journalism, she loves traveling, especially South-East Asia, where she lived a year ago. She also plays in the LSE women’s basketball team.
After graduating with distinction from SGH and gaining experience in banking and insurance, Krzysztof decided to move from Warsaw to London and is currently an MSc Quantitative Methods for Risk Management student at LSE. If he wasn’t so passionate about machine learning, Krzysztof would probably be a restaurant critic. In the Polish Business Society, Krzysztof serves as the IT Coordinator and Marketing officer. You can usually find him coding in the library or eating sushi at Wasabi next to LSE.
Maria is a first-year Law student at LSE. Born and raised in Warsaw, but the Netherlands is her second home with half of her family living there. She completed the IB programme in Batory High School, took part in MUN conferences both as a chair and delegate and volunteered at a local kindergarten introducing children to the basics of the “adult world of finance”. As moving to London was always her dream, she devotes her free time to exploring her favourite city, reading and skyping with her beloved pets in Warsaw.
Barbara is a second-year Business Management Student at King’s College London. Last year she was engaged in organising the LSE SU Polish Economic Forum as a Marketing Officer, this year she is a member of the Media Team being responsible for social media management, contact with media representatives and gaining patronage support. Basia is an active member of the student community serving as a committee of a member of two other societies. When it comes to the professional experience, she has been developing mainly in the area of consulting- as a summer intern at EY and Star League and Student Support member in BCG Warsaw. Additionally, she is a dog lover, and if she weren’t studying, she would most probably become a traveller.
Paulina is a second-year Law student at the LSE. Before coming to LSE she completed her International Baccalaureate Diploma in Oxford. She is particularly interested in intellectual property and information technology law and plans to work in those sectors in the future. In her free time, she enjoys reading books about psychology, traveling and playing tennis. You can often find her at a small artist live performance or a modern art gallery. In the LSE SU Polish Business Society, Paulina is a part of the media team.
Anna is a Master’s in Management student, specialising in Information Systems and Social Computing. Having graduated from Business Management and German at UCL, she worked at PwC in Frankfurt, Germany for a year. Anna is interested in a career in consulting and works in a law firm as a business advisor and as a consultant at a student pro-bono consultancy. Anna is passionate about sports and music as she graduated from a Musical School which developed her passion for dancing, singing and playing in theatre. Upon her arrival in London, Anna has always followed her own path, effectively solving issues both in the workplace and academia and some even suggest that this is due to her fascination with Sherlock Holmes and Jack the Ripper.
Daniel, Polish born in Szczecin, he is aspiring real estate investor and entrepreneur. Attending University of Liverpool, Daniel graduated with bachelor in Business Economics. Currently studying MSc in Real Estate Economics and Finance at LSE, he serves as a President of LSE Real Estate Club. Participating in exchange program at Monash University in Australia, Daniel has developed his interest in real estate markets. Gaining international business experience, he worked on development projects in Egypt and Latin America. In Polish Business Society, Daniel serves as a logistics officer in preparation for LSE Polish Economic Forum 2018. In addition, he was recently involved in organizing the 19thEurope and Africa Cable Wakeboard Championships 2017. In his free time, Daniel enjoys traveling.
Emilia is a first year Law student at LSE. Born and raised in Warsaw, where she discovered her interest in Polish medieval history. Emilia bears the duties of the Marketing Officer. Apart from that, she enjoys increasing her knowledge of criminal law. Outside of her studies, she also finds pleasure in traveling, reading interwar poetry and exploring new places in London.
Having finished a year of studies at the Warsaw School of Economics and the Warsaw University of Technology, Jakub moved to London to pursue a degree in Economics at LSE. He is particularly interested in macroeconomics and econometric analysis. Passionate about programming and its applications in modern finance and economics, he has become involved in a student-led machine learning project at LSE. He is also an avid reader and you can often find him in the library with a dusty tome on history of religion in his hand.
Jan is a first year student of Philosophy & Economics. While attending high school in Warsaw he became a laureate of the Philosophy Olympiad. As part of ‘Zwolnieni z Teorii’ competition he led the organisation of a project on entrepreneurship for students. At LSE, Jan is an active member of the Investment and the Red Cross Societies, and as Logistics Officer in the LSESU PBS he is responsible for marketing and promotional materials, as well as supporting Forum’s overall organisation. Jan’s personal interests are trekking, fine art, and film.
Ewa is a MSc Accounting & Finance student, particularly interested in current topics in reporting standards and the academic analysis of financial crises. She completed her Bachelor studies, topping her class at the University of Nottingham Business School with an exchange programme at the University of Mannheim in Germany. After completing her master’s degree, she is planning to return straight to Poland to pursue a career in consultancy. Ewa’s extra-curricular interests include a slight obsession with musicals and great love for the piano. Although not a fan of sports, she can’t imagine life without fitness and strength training.
Born and raised in Warsaw, Amelia is a first year BSc Management student. Apart from being a Marketing Officer in the LSE SU Polish Business Society, she is also an Outreach Officer at the LSE SU Fashion Society as well as a Mentor in Widening Participation. Outside of university, she is an avid traveller and has already visited 48 countries across the world.
Having finished his undergraduate degree in Business Studies at Cass Business School Cezary wanted to do more to reflect his interest in finance and investment. He decided to join the LSE where he is currently doing MSc Accounting and Finance. In the society, as a part of the marketing team, he is responsible for managing the relationships with partners and speakers. Outside university he is big on sports and particularly enjoys a good game of tennis and skiing. When not thinking about potential business opportunities Cezary enjoys travelling, reading and politics.
Filip is a master’s student in Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation at the LSE. He was born in Szczecin but spent most of his life in Warsaw, where he completed two bachelor degrees – Management at the University of Warsaw and Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems at the Warsaw School of Economics. Prior to his masters at the LSE he gained experience in multinational firms such as Nielsen, PwC and BCG. He is interested in disruptive technologies and their effect on people’s life and organisational change. Apart from studying Filip is passionate about sport, he enjoys playing football, volleyball and windsurfing. As a member of the LSE SU Polish Business Society he is responsible for coordinating start-up challenge contest and contact with sponsors.
Mateusz is originally from Lodz and moved to the UK in 2012. He completed his A-levels and Pre-U course in a Cambridge based College. He holds a degree in economics and finance from the University of East Anglia, where he was actively involved in many societies and was president of the Polish Society. Mateusz is currently a postgraduate student in the MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance course. When he is not working on the Economic Forum, he is developing his passion for property markets by acting as a Finance Officer of the LSE SE Real Estate Club. He enjoys spending his spare time actively by pursuing different sports such as competitive rowing and swimming.
Agata is a first year student of BSc International Relations. Originally from Gorzów, raised in Szczecin. She is mostly interested in the critical theory of international relations and international political economy. She joined the Polish Business Society as a Logistics Officer. In her free time she enjoys watching Ingmar Bergman’s movies and tennis games of Roger Federer.
Gabriela is a postgraduate student of MSc Operations Research and Analytics. She has graduated from the New York Institute of Technology where she studied BSc Engineering Management. Last year Gabriela worked in the financial services in Poland, prior that she has completed numerous internships in the United States. Besides her professional career, Gabriela loves all kind of sports – she was a Polish junior tennis champion. During her studies in the United States she continued her tennis career and became #1 player in the NCAA East Region Championships.
Ksenia is an undergraduate student pursuing her BSc at the LSE Department of Government. She will serve as a Marketing Officer and be responsible for the registration process during the upcoming edition of Polish Economic Forum. Whilst she is a skilled debater and in her free time she enjoys literature, music and learning foreign languages, her academic interests focus around continental philosophy and theory of politics, international relations, philosophy of economics, political systems and voting behaviour.
Magdalena, born in Netherlands and educated in New York, is currently finishing her degree in Political Economy and Finance at LSE. Interested in European affairs, prior to her time at LSE, Magdalena completed a traineeship in the European Parliament. Being involved in the Society for a second year, she is a great enthusiast of the initiative providing expertise for organising the Forum. In her free time, Magdalena is a Bikram yoga practitioner interested in Modern Art.
Nadia is currently studying for an MSc in International Political Economy at the LSE. She completed her undergraduate studies at Cambridge and her first Masters at Sciences Po in Paris. Nadia has pursued her interest in international affairs by interning in Parliament and at the British Embassy in Warsaw, participating in MUN conferences, learning several languages and exploring the world. Academically, she focuses particularly on conflict and peacebuilding, development and African issues.
Filip is a Master’s student in International Political Economy at King’s College London. He joined our team as logistics officer and he also coordinates the project analysing higher education systems in the UK and Poland. His main interests are global politics, political economy of the financial crisis and international drug policy. If not debating recent developments in the global economy or arguing over solutions to social stratification, he’s probably passionately reading up on the latest scientific research on psychedelics. Filip is a huge fan of skyscrapers.
Piotr is a postgraduate student in the Department of International Development at LSE. Born and raised in Warsaw, he has graduated from his LLM programme there. Piotr takes particular interest in economic law as a tool for promoting local economic development. He joined our team to work on the report on differences between Polish and English higher education systems. Outside of his studies, he is interested in photography and 20th century architecture.
Konrad studies Politics and East European Studies at UCL, alongside which he also pursues a law degree at Jagiellonian University in Poland. As a vivid fan of the EU he just finished an internship at the European Commission Representation in London. He has a strong interest in debating, holding a title of Master of Poland in Oxford Debates and Vice-Master of Poland in British Parliamentary Debates. He joined our team as a logistics and education officer responsible for coordination and supporting a project on differences in Polish and English higher educational system. On a more personal ground he learns Russian and Ukrainian and is a vivid fan of travelling, which constantly throws him from one distant place to another.
Przemek originally comes from Cracow and currently is 3rd year student of economics and president of Polish society at SOAS university of London. He joined our team as a logistics and education officer responsible for coordination and supporting a project on differences in Polish and English higher educational system. In very little spare time he has, you can find him in the opera listening to his beloved arias, at the London Jagiellonian Club meetings or football pitch.