Maria Olczak

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Biography

Maria joined the Florence School of Regulation Gas Area in September 2017.

She holds a MA in European Studies from the University of Warsaw (2013) and MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe (2016). She has over two years of professional experience mainly with Polish public institutions dealing with climate change, security and energy issues: Ministry of the Environment as a COP19 Presidency Team member, Government Centre for Security and the Office of Government Plenipotentiary for Strategic Energy Infrastructure.

Before joining the FSR, Maria was working as a Policy and Communications Assistant at the European LPG Association in Brussels.

 

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