Born and raised in a small town in the East of Poland, Hanna graduated from language studies at the University of Warsaw and the energy market studies at the Warsaw School of Economics. She has worked for several Polish and German NGOs, mostly in the field of European and civic education, interned at the German Parliament and worked in public affairs for international companies. Alumna of the FutureLab Europe and the Academy of Social Democracy. A proud Humanity in Action Senior Fellow from Warsaw, 2015, supported the 2018 and 2019 Warsaw fellowships as staff member. Currently working for a Member of the Polish Parliament.
Updated September 2020
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2015 Warsaw Fellowship Blog
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Thank you to our 2016 US Review and Admissions Committees
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