Joanna Biedrzycka is currently studying in the College of Inter-Area Individual Studies at the University of Warsaw, focusing primarily on the fields of sociology and psychology. Joanna has many experiences applying her knowledge of constructive dialogue and problem-solving global issues through her longtime participation in both Model United Nations and European Youth Parliament. In order to expand her understanding of cultural diversity and history, Joanna has also volunteered at the Museum of Polish Jews in Warsaw. As an international baccalaureate graduate, she speaks English and French fluently. In her free time, she enjoys jazz dancing, musicals and traveling. Joana is particularly motivated to increase people’s knowledge of and resistance to fake news.
Updated May 2020
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