Paulina Stochniałek was born in Poznań. She graduated from the WSB University in Finance and Accounting and from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Marketing and Management, with an MBA degree. In 2018, she was elected from the Koalicja Obywatelska list as the Councillor of the Wielkopolska Region for the years 2018-2023.
She has always been committed to Wielkopolska and its capital. She is a politician, an entrepreneur, a trainer, an activist and finally a speaker of the Wielkopolska Congress of Women. She actively supports women in their personal and professional growth. Paulina Stochniałek was involved in the project called “Civic Conference on Education”, a response to the strike of teachers and education workers which began in spring 2019 and thus far has been the most serious strike in years. She is an entrepreneur with 25 years of professional experience in both public and private sector, where she worked as a financial and HR director in an international corporation, a chief accountant in the largest clinical hospital in the Wielkopolska Region, a university teacher, and recently as a president of an IT company. She has always been focused on people, and she considers her work for the local government as a service to the region residents.
Paulina Stochniałek is actively engaged in the work of parliamentary committees for education and science, public health and safety, economy, family and social policy, and budgetary policy. She was a chairwoman of the Education Committee and a deputy chairwoman of the Committee for Family and Social Policy. Also, she is a deputy chairwoman of the Koalicja Obywatelska Club of Councillors.
Since July 13, 2020, she has been a Member of the Management Board of the Wielkopolska Region and supervises the Department of Health, the Department of Education and Science, and a local government unit, namely the Regional Centre for Social Policy in Poznań.
Paulina Stochniałek believes that efficient management of medical facilities is a particularly difficult challenge these days. When serving local community, one should remember about those who are the most excluded from our societies, i.e. the disabled and their families, or the elderly. Open society connects people. Local government teaches us, both in professional terms and in terms of shaping pro-social attitudes, how to act for the benefit of local communities.
Privately, she is a wife, a mother of two children, a fan of football, climbing, and exploring the Wielkopolska Region by bike.
Born in Piła, graduate of Stanisław Staszic secondary technical school in Piła, popularly called “Nafta”, and the University of Szczecin where he majored in economics. From 2010, he was a Member of the Piła City Council for two terms of office, and a chairman of the municipal economy community. For nearly 23 years, he conducted an economic activity as an owner of CREDO Promotion and Commerce Studio dealing with the publication of training materials relating to driving learning and road safety intended for both children and adults. Products and services offered by CREDO are popular country-wide, and young drivers who have used materials published by the Piła-based company for the last dozen or so years to pass the driving test can now be counted in millions. While carrying out the business, he was also a member of the Business Centre Club and Chamber of Commerce of the Northern Wielkopolska Region. Since November 2018, Jacek Bogusławski is a member of the Board of the Wielkopolska Region.
Jacek Bogusławski began his professional career in the no longer existing Rail Rolling Stock Repair Workshops in Piła. Then he worked in the Szczecin branch of Polish Television and “Puls” Marketing Office in Koszalin, later to become director of its Piła branch. He is the founder and co-founder of initiatives that have influenced the life of the local North Wielkopolska community. By founding, together with Mariusz Szalbierz, a well-known journalist from Piła, FaktyPilskie.pl website and newspaper as well as the “Strefa Jazdy” magazine dedicated to driving, Jacek Bogusławski proved that it is possible to create in Piła something from scratch that can successfully compete with the existing media. For many years, he has been actively supporting children, young people and seniors in the region. He has been actively promoting sport among young people as a co-founder of a futsal club in Piła and its titular sponsor; The team – in spite of initial scepticism – has begun to achieve spectacular successes, surprising disbelievers.
Jacek Bogusławski has initiated many football and chess tournaments in Piła and the micro-region – all of them have been regularly held for years. Cooperating with the Regional Traffic Center, the police, sports clubs and schools, Jacek Bogusławski supports, often also financially, a number of social initiatives aimed at promoting desirable attitudes, sport, culture and safety of children, as well as their intellectual development.
In his free time, he likes playing tennis, jogging and swimming.
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