Experts - social communication

Natalia de Barbaro

Natalia de Barbaro

A psychologist and sociologist by education, she is a communication and leadership trainer, with a training certificate from Thames Valley University (Great Britain) and experience of over 1500 training days. She's worked in sixteen countries, including Ukraine, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary. She's also served as a political strategist in campaigns European Council, Donald Tusk 2005 presidential campaign. She is a columnist for a leading weekly "Wysokie Obcasy" (High Heels). Her passions outside work are poetry and yoga.

Joanna Heidtman

Joanna Heidtman

 

She holds PhD and is psychologist and sociologist, assistant professor at Jagiellonian University. She was a visiting scholar at University of South Carolina and Cornell University. Her area of research includes group processes, conflicts and negotiations. As a trainer she focuses on interpersonal communication, creative problem solving and persuasion. She is a member of Society for Trainers and Consultants MATRIK.

Marceli Kwaśniewski

Marceli Kwaśniewski

Journalist for over 15 years (TV, newspapers, radio). Since 5 years working on the EU issues at Radio Kraków and Unia & Polska monthly. Postgraduate studies at the Centre for European Studies of the Jagiellonian University. Member of the board of the Fred Gijbels Fundation. Main interests: social communication, regional development, open society, culture, EU mechanisms of power.  

Małgorzata Sternal

Małgorzata Sternal

PhD from the Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Management and Social Communication, School of Cultural Management. Her European experience in the fields of cultural management education has been broadened through serving on the Board of ENCATC – European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres, and participating in international seminars and training sessions (Denmark, Great Britain, Austria, Russia, etc.) Ms Sternal now teaches at the Jagiellonian University and Cracow Academy of Music.  

Karolina Tyniec - Margańska

Karolina Tyniec - Margańska

MA in Journalism, Social Communication and International Relations at the Warsaw University. 2002- 2003 Journalist for Channel 3 of Polish Radio. 2003-2004 the Deutsche Welle correspondent in Poland. Since 2004 has worked as the Public Relations specialist  in DaimlerChrysler Automotive Poland. 

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