Born on 15 February 1984 in Częstochowa.
Lawyer, manager and social activist.
On 26 October 2020 she was appointed deputy minister of economic development, labour and technology. In the ministry, she is responsible for construction, planning and spatial development as well as housing.
Recently, she was vice-chairman of the Management Board of Krakow Technology Park. Previously, she worked as President of the company Nowe Centrum Administracyjne sp. z o.o. based in Krakow. She was member on the supervisory boards of Nowe Centrum Administracyjne sp. z o.o. and Opakomet S.A. For many years, she ran a legal adviser office dealing with legal services for enterprises. She worked in a team advising on the construction of the largest infrastructural investments in the country related to the organisation of UEFA Euro 2012. In the years 2012–2013 she was a lecturer at the WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza. In the years 2011–2019 she was a temporary member of the Local Government Appeal Court in Krakow.
She graduated in law from the Jagiellonian University and completed legal training at the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Krakow. She completed PhD studies at the Department of Intellectual Property Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University, as well as post-graduate studies in copyright, press and publishing law at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University. She is a graduate of the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw. Currently, she is a student of Executive MBA studies at the University of Economics in Krakow, ÉM Normandie Business School in France and AESE Business School in Portugal.
She is a legal advisor and the author of books and publications in the field of construction law, planning and spatial development, as well as administrative proceedings. Expert and advisor in projects implemented by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction – “Professional officials – construction law” (2017–2018), and by the Ministry of Development – “Carbon efficiency and forecasting in spatial planning” (2018–2019). She is an experienced training lecturer and author of training programmes for employees of architectural and construction administration, as well as the staff of construction supervision bodies and construction engineering chambers.
For over a dozen years, a member, and since 2018 the president of the Civic Committee for Saving Krakow, where she is responsible for the annual fundraising for the reconstruction of historic tombstones in Krakow cemeteries and where she organises renovation and restoration works at the Rakowicki Cemetery in Krakow.
She speaks English and German.
Married, she has three children.