Specialisation: FOREIGN POLICY OF EU, EASTERN PARTNERSHIP ABD RUSSIA, ARAB SPRING, US FOREIGN POLICY, PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
Dr. Katarzyna Pisarska is the Founder and Director of the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw, Poland and the Visegrad School of Political Studies run in cooperation with the Council of Europe. She is also the Program Director of the Warsaw Security Forum and a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum in Davos. In the past, she has served as adviser to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Polish Parliament, to the Office of National Security at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland; and continues to work as regular foreign affairs broadcaster in Polish and international media.
In addition to her leadership experience Dr. Pisarska pursues a career in academia. She is an Assistant Professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, a Senior Fellow at the Warsaw-based Casimir Pulaski Foundation and a Visiting Professor at the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy in Baku. Previously, Dr. Pisarska was a Fulbright Visiting Fellow at Harvard University (2007), a Visiting Scholar at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (2010), at the University of Oslo (2012) and at the Australian National University (2015). She specializes in EU foreign policy, Eastern Partnership, EU-Russia relations and public diplomacy.
In 2013 Dr. Pisarska was named “99 under 33” most influential world foreign policy leader by the Diplomatic Courier in Washington D.C
- Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum in Davos (2014)
- “99 under 33” most influential world foreign policy leaders, Diplomatic Courier (2013).
- Outstanding Young Scholars Award (2013-2016), Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education (2013)
Place of residence: Warsaw