Alumni

Oskar Raczycki

Oskar Raczycki

PSF 2015

Oskar is an aspiring global policy leader. Oskar graduated in International Relations and defended a thesis on cybersecurity in U.S.-China relations. In 2013, his B.A. thesis exploring the topic of climate-induced migration won first place in the competition of the Polish Geopolitical Association.

Katarzyna Bitka

Katarzyna Bitka

PSF 2014

Katarzyna Bitka is an active and ambitious young professional, currently working as a Policy Officer at the European Commission‘s Directorate General for Research and Innovation in Brussels. Previously, she studied European Economic Studies at the College of Europe in Bruges.

Karol Górnowicz

Karol Górnowicz

PSF 2013

Karol studied Economics and Finance at the Warsaw School of Economics.
He also completed CEMS Master in International Management and was studying at Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Management. Karol also acted as the President of the Global CEMS Student Board.

Kamil Pruchnik

Kamil Pruchnik

PSF 2012

Kamil is a highly determined and cooperative student with a solid academic background (second best student at Warsaw School of Economics out of 1,300 students), international experience (participated in various international programs in Brazil, England, Iceland, Russia, Slovenia and USA).

Joanna Stepien

Joanna Stepien

PSF 2011

Joanna graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics, where she completed Master studies in Finance & Banking in 2012. She took part in the American Institute on Political and Economic Systems in Prague (2010) as well as the Institute on Business and Government Affairs at Georgetown University.

Alicja Magda

Alicja Magda

PSF 2010

Alicja came to Washington, D.C., in 2010 on a Rowny-Paderewski Scholarship to participate in the Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems (ICPES). While in D.C., she completed an internship at the logistics company DHL. One summer earlier, Alicja had also participated in the TFAS program in Prague.

Aneta Popiel

Aneta Popiel

PSF 2009

After completing a summer in Washington D.C. with the Rowny-Paderewski Scholarship, Aneta decided to earn her Master‘s Degree in Public Policy at Georgetown University with a Fulbright Graduate Award. Before moving to the United States, Aneta received an MA in International Relations at the University of Warsaw.

Edyta Szkaluba

Edyta Szkaluba

PSF 2008

Edyta is a graduate of both the Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems (ICPES) and the TFAS program in Prague. She was awarded two scholarships for these programs: the 2008 Rowny-Paderewski Scholarship and a 2007 scholarship from the United States based Rosenstiel Foundation.

Tom Zacharski

Tom Zacharski

PSF 2007

Tom Zacharski is a dual citizen (American, Polish) currently working in Google‘s EU Headquarters in the online advertising department. After successfully pursuing a Master’s Degree in International Management from the prestigious CEMS program, he is now looking into entrepreneurial opportunities.

Lukasz J. Rey

Lukasz J. Rey

PSF 2006

Lukasz was introduced to TFAS in 2005, when he participated in the program in Prague with the help of a scholarship granted to him by the Rosenstiel Foundation. In 2006, he also received the Rowny-Paderewski Scholarship; he traveled to Washington, D.C., that summer to participate in the Institute on Business and Government Affairs.

Dr. Joanna Orzechowska-Wacławska

Dr. Joanna Orzechowska-Wacławska

PSF 2005

Joanna was the first recipient of the Rowny-Paderewski Scholarship. She participated in the 2005 Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems (ICPES), where she interned in Washington, D.C., for Senator Chuck Hagel. Joanna had also been awarded a scholarship in 2002 by the Rosenstiel Foundation.