ALUMNI 2016

ALUMNI

2016 Interns

Aleksandra
Gajewska

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The office of Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL)

Aleksandra is a third-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) student at King’s College London. She is the Project Leader of “ChipMonk,” a social enterprise run at King’s College which produces flavoured chips utilizing surplus fresh produce and aims to empower long-term unemployed refugees involved in the process. She did her internships at Nabarro,a top UK law firm and Ministry of Interior of Poland. Aleksandra is also the President of King’s College Polish Society. She speaks fluent English, Spanish and German.

Grażyna
Meller

The office of Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH)

Grażyna is a third-year student of Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems at SGH. She is a Coordinator of Chinese-European Partnership for Development, a student-organized exchange program between Warsaw School of Economics and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology culminating with a conference on Sino-European relations and study visits to leading companies in Poland and China. She was also the Secretary General of Academic Polish Model United Nations and President of University of Warsaw Debating Society. Grażyna speaks English, German and French.

Wiktor
Rybicki

The office of Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-IL)

Wiktor is completing his MSc in Finance at Bocconi University in Milan and holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science degree from AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. He completed his internships at McKinsey & Company in Warsaw, CapM Advisors in New York and Morgan Stanley in London. Wiktor was a delegate to the European Youth Parliament and National Model United Nations. He speaks English, German and Italian.

Michał
Chajdukowski

The office of Daniel Kawczynski MP (Con)

Michał is a first-year Master in Economic Law student at Sciences Po, Paris. He completed a B.A. degree at Sciences Po (with a year abroad at King’s College London). Michał undertook internships at London Fox Company (real estate sector), National Bank of Poland and Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of Poland. He was awarded Special Prize in 2015 Polish Young Economist Contest for his paper ‘Poland with or without the euro?’ Michał speaks French, English and Russian.

Aleksandra Gajewska

THE OFFICE OF REP. PETER ROSKAM (R-IL)

Aleksandra is a third-year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) student at King’s College London. She is the Project Leader of “ChipMonk,” a social enterprise run at King’s College which produces flavoured chips utilizing surplus fresh produce and aims to empower long-term unemployed refugees involved in the process. She did her internships at Nabarro,a top UK law firm and Ministry of Interior of Poland. Aleksandra is also the President of King’s College Polish Society. She speaks fluent English, Spanish and German.

Grażyna Meller

THE OFFICE OF Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH)

Grażyna is a third-year student of Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems at SGH. She is a Coordinator of Chinese-European Partnership for Development, a student-organized exchange program between Warsaw School of Economics and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology culminating with a conference on Sino-European relations and study visits to leading companies in Poland and China. She was also the Secretary General of Academic Polish Model United Nations and President of University of Warsaw Debating Society. Grażyna speaks English, German and French.

Wiktor Rybicki

THE OFFICE OF Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-IL)

Wiktor is completing his MSc in Finance at Bocconi University in Milan and holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science degree from AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. He completed his internships at McKinsey & Company in Warsaw, CapM Advisors in New York and Morgan Stanley in London. Wiktor was a delegate to the European Youth Parliament and National Model United Nations. He speaks English, German and Italian.

Michał Chajdukowski

THE OFFICE OF Daniel Kawczynski MP (Con)

Michał is a first-year Master in Economic Law student at Sciences Po, Paris. He completed a B.A. degree at Sciences Po (with a year abroad at King’s College London). Michał undertook internships at London Fox Company (real estate sector), National Bank of Poland and Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of Poland. He was awarded Special Prize in 2015 Polish Young Economist Contest for his paper ‘Poland with or without the euro?’ Michał speaks French, English and Russian.