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Kasia Siemasz


As of March 2024 Kasia Siemasz serves as the National Director of Humanity in Action Germany. Her academic journey includes pursuing a Master’s degree in European Studies through a Double Degree Program offered jointly by the University of Vienna and Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Driven by an interest in gender equality in the Nordic region and a fascination with Swedish cinema, she pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Swedish language and literature. 

In addition to her academic pursuits, Kasia has exhibited a dedication to social advocacy and community engagement for over 10 years. Initially volunteering with youth organizations, she transitioned seamlessly into professional leadership roles within NGOs, both in the German and international context. Her responsibilities have encompassed managing organizational structures, finances, and coordinating large-scale events and projects. She has worked in the field of historical education, with a notable focus on the intricate dynamics within the German-Polish-Israeli context. This reflects her deep appreciation for cross-cultural complexities and her keen interest in understanding historical narratives in depth.

Additionally, Kasia played a key role in shaping the feminist platform “Codziennik Feministyczny,” where she utilized her editorial skills to enhance the feminist voices and foster discussions on gender equality in Poland.

Kasia is also a skilled systemic coach currently completing a two-year vocational education at GST Berlin – Society for Systemic Therapy and Counseling. This immersive program equips her with the essential tools and techniques to navigate individual coaching and supervision, adeptly manage team dynamics, and address complex organizational challenges with a systemic approach, fostering holistic growth and transformation.

Kasia is a Humanity in Action Fellow, having participated in the 2015 Warsaw Fellowship.

Updated February 2024