President, Director of Public Relations
She has gained professional experience in the European Parliament and in major multinational corporations. Her main interests are energy transition, sustainable development and geopolitics. Privately, she is a sailor, beekeeper, judge and artistic gymnastics coach.
Chairman of the Foundation Council
prof. Tomasz Grzegorz Grosse
Member of the Foundation Council
Her research is mainly devoted to transatlantic security and defense topics, particularly emerging and disruptive technologies. She was recently awarded the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation public policy fellowship in 2022 to conduct research on U.S. domestic politics and the Three Seas Initiative. She is also interested in cybersecurity and crisis management.
She recently presented her research at the Fletcher School on semiconductor technologies’ political and industrial landscape in the U.S. and the EU. She will continue her research, focusing on the challenges and opportunities for military procurement for NATO allies.
Social Media Manager
Communication and Promotion Specialist
Patrycja Sokołowska graduated with an MA in National Security at the Military University of Technology in Warsaw, specializing in euro-atlantic security. Additionally, she holds a BA in International Security and Diplomacy from the War Studies University (Warsaw, Poland).Communication & Promotion Specialist at the Warsaw Institute. She is an Editor in Chief at The Warsaw Institute Review quarterly, too. In June 2023, defended her diploma thesis entitled: “NATO deterrence startegy”. Her main area of interest are the security of the Euro-Atlantic area, geopolitics and public diplomacy. She gained professional experience during internships held by government administration institution, as well as private corporation and NGOs.
János Hajdu is a dedicated third-year student majoring in political science at the esteemed University of Debrecen in Hungary. Enrolled at the prestigious Mathias Corvinus Collegium, he specializes in Social and Historical studies, honing his expertise in the intricate dynamics of societies. With a keen focus on international relations, he explores the nuances of V4 countries and Africa, demonstrating a profound understanding of global political landscapes.
Dávid Nagy T. is a second year student of Business Administration and Management at University of Széchenyi István. He is also a member of the School of Economics at Mathias Corvinus Collegium. He has ongoing research on the topic of economic consequences of war putting emphasis on the additional costs of the households, energy crisis and the government interventions.
English and French translator, a graduate from the Institute of Applied Linguistics (University of Warsaw) and the René Descartes University in Paris. Specialist in current affairs, the European Union and the global economy.
Master of Arts in English Philology and Applied Linguistics, attended five European universities where he was a researcher, guest lecturer and a coordinator of multiple projects. He broadened his professional experience at research centers and branches of the administration in Belgium, Greece, Poland, Spain and the USA. His interests include: foreign languages, linguistics, American, EU and Polish political scene, international relations and geopolitics.
Aleksandra Tomaszewska is a translator, instructor, and researcher. She is a PhD candidate in linguistics and a graduate of the University of Warsaw (with distinction). She is a motivated university teacher of political and legal translation, and a passionate traveler (visiting new places whenever she can).