Our team

Our team is made up of experts who have several years of experience in applying for funding from the European Union and from other sources.

Jarosław Skrzeczyński

Graduated in law from the University of Warsaw, completed post-graduate studies in the management of the EU projects at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. The author of numerous applications for funding from structural funds. Prepares feasibility studies, business plans and gives training in obtaining structural funds. In private life, a husband and father, a lawn mowing enthusiast, a supporter of Legia Warszawa football club and a fox-terrier breeder.

Dorota Skrzeczyńska

Graduated in administration from the University of Warsaw, won (twice) a scholarship from the Minister of Education and Sport for outstanding learning achievements. Completed an internship at the Italian Universita’ degli Studii di Bari, Departamento di Cooperazione Internazionale. The author and coordinator of vocational training projects financed within the framework of Leonardo da Vinci programme. A mother of Zuzanna and Jacek.

Monika Holly

Graduated in the environmental protection from the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. For many years, she worked in a non-governmental organization where she was responsible for obtaining EU funding and organizing visits of foreign guests in Poland within the framework of programs aimed at exchanging experience. A mother of Ala and Matylda. Enthusiastic about healthy lifestyle and yoga.

Olga Nowaczyńska

Graduated in the intenational economic relations from the Warsaw School of Economics and in the Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities from the University of Warsaw. Responsible for coordinating projects for students and teachers, she is also a contact person for foreign partners. She likes hiking in the mountains, riding a bike, eating sweets and is a lover of the Vistula River. She also works as a volunteer in the Information Point for Migrants.

Agnieszka Janus

She graduated from the University of Silesia in Katowice where at the faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology she studied pedagogy, obtaining the specialization in social rehabilitation. For many years, she has been working in the Municipal Social Welfare Centre in Jaworzno, where she is the head of the foster care department. She has also been working with young people and adults implementing internship projects within the framework of Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus+ programmes. A mother of an eight-year-old Nikolka and the owner of a ragdoll cat. She loves travelling and dreams about a cruise to a wild island.

Magdalena Ślązek

A student of Norwegian philology at the SWPS in Warsaw. Completed an internship in UN Global Compact Poland, fighting for respect for human rights in business and against corruption. Enthusiast of hair care, mountains, travels and Scandinavia.