With a background in social policy and a passion for promoting creative internet use, she works as a programmer during the day and supports social organizations in utilizing new technologies for social activities after hours. She has been involved with the NGO sector for over 10 years. She is the founder of TuDu.org.pl – the first crowdsourcing platform for the third sector in Poland, and LeverBasic.pl – a soft skills competency test. Until 2020, she was the coordinator of the E-volunteering Program at the Dobra Sieć Foundation and the E-wolontariat.pl portal. In her free time, she shares on ZrobTowInternecie.pl how the Internet can make daily life easier.
A sociologist of social issues, academic lecturer, social educator, and expert in conducting scientific research. He is also an expert for the Supreme Audit Office, the Ombudsman for Citizen's Rights, and the Founder and President of the "DBAM O MÓJ Z@SIĘG" Foundation. He is the author/co-author of scientific publications on social issues (homelessness, family violence, substance abuse, behavioral addictions) and strategic documents, as well as local programs. He initiated nationwide research on phonoholism and the problem of cyberbullying conducted among 22,000 students and 4,000 teachers. In 2016, he implemented the first social experiment in Europe involving the disconnection of 100 people from all electronic devices (mobile phones, tablets, the internet, online games, Playstation, television) for 72 hours, which ended in a successful research outcome.