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Dominika Kulczyk

Graduated from the Sinology Department at the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She also holds an MA of Political Sciences from the same institution. She continued her education at the University in Shanghai and Beijing. She also studied and practiced strategic philanthropy at the Rockefeller Foundation in New York.

She has rich experience in management and supervisory boards as well as in running foundations. She founded and is the President of Kulczyk Foundation, a philantropic organization cooperating with Polish and international NGOs to support voluntary service in developing countries. She also founded and is the Vice-President of the Polish branch of Green Cross International, the world’s third largest non-governmental ecological organization founded by Mikhail Gorbachev in 1993. She co-created “Values”, a group of companies granting advisory services. She was elected a Vice-President of the Polish Olympic Committee and is a member of the Crans Montana Young Leaders of Tomorrow forum.

At Kulczyk Investments, she oversees the corporate responsibility policies, social activities and international relations.