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Karol Jachymek
Cultural studies scholar, Ph.D. in humanities, assistant professor at the Department of Culture and Media, vice-dean for student affairs at the Faculty of Humanities at SWPS University in Warsaw. Co-founder and lecturer at the School of Ideas, a modern program focused on designing social and business innovations. An expert in education, youth culture, generational changes, communication in (new) media, and trends in popular culture. He conducts training for youth and adults in the areas of media, (pop) culture, and film education, as well as distance learning techniques, Design Thinking, and creative workshop methods. He collaborates with organizations such as the University of Children, the Center for Civic Education, KinoSzkoła, the School with Class Foundation, and the National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute.
Michał Serwiński
Editor of the Sektor 3.0 blog. A journalist and culture expert by education, professionally associated with the third sector for 13 years. He gained his experience as the head of the Fundraising Department at the Anna Dymna’s “Mimo wszystko” Foundation (Despite Everything) and head of the regional office of the Polish Humanitarian Action (PAH). Co-founder and member of the board of the Stowarzyszenie Urzą He cooperates with and advises social organizations.
Elżbieta Piech
A graduate in sociology and internet marketing, she worked as a PR specialist and content manager. Currently, she is a web developer and cannot imagine any other job that could provide so much satisfaction. After hours, she is involved in and Women in Technology Poland. In her free time, she works on the #dobratechnologia project, combining programming with marketing and social activities.
Filip Żyro
Journalist, content manager, and enthusiast of new technologies. With a keen eye, he observes technological progress and new trends such as the sharing economy, accurately pointing out their impact on human development. He has collaborated with platforms such as Antyweb and Polsat. For the past three years, he has been an editor of the Sektor 3.0 blog and
Rafał Tomański
Journalist, Japanologist, author of books about Japan and both Koreas. He worked in Beijing as a correspondent for the Polish Press Agency (PAP) covering Asia. He has reported on international summits in the region for Polish media, including the G20 in Hangzhou in 2016 and Osaka in 2019, as well as the second Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi in 2019. In 2012, he hosted the "Progr@m" program on TVN CNBC, dedicated to Polish startups.