Ewa Stepan, Expert
She is a consultant in the social communication and public diplomacy sectors, as well as education, information and climate changes in the EU policy. She is a leader and projects coordinator. She graduated from the faculty of theater studies at the Jagiellonian University in Karkow. She also studied directing. In the 1981-1995, she lived in London. She was a journalist, art critic, lecturer at Polish drama club, teacher and she organized cultural and social events. She worked for BBC World Service and corresponded for several magazines and newspapers: The Herald Tribune and The Polish Daily: Theater, Dialogue, Arts. She coordinated projects and organized parties for Socio-Cultural Polish Center, Polish Culture Institute in Great Brittan, London Film Festival and London Theatre Festival.
Between the years of 1995 and 2005, she prepared and implemented informative campaigns, projects in the education, media and culture sectors in the Representation of European Commission in Poland. She executed a number of projects about social media communication in Poland and, as a representative of the British Council, in Fyrom (Macedonia). For the British Embassy in Poland, she prepared a public diplomacy strategy concerning climate changes. At the Center for International Relations, she executed an informative campaign, which preceded the climatic COP14 conference in Poznan, 2008. She is a member of the Sue Ryder Foundation’s Board in Poland.