Chief Executive Officer, Head of Economic Analysis
Aleksander leads Reform Institute and coordinates its work in the area of decarbonization and energy transition policies. He specialises in conducting multi-level quantitative and qualitative impact assessments of public policies (including in the area of innovation, regional development, digitalization and sustainable development) and the preparation of strategic documents. Aleksander focuses on creating and managing systemic projects facilitating the improvement of public policy both in Poland and in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. He gained his expertise by implementing national and EU research projects, including under the Horizon 2020 program, and offering consultancy services for public administration and the private sector. A graduate of economics at the Warsaw School of Economics.firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Strategy Officer, Head of Regulatory Analysis
Zofia leads development of the Institute’s strategy and offer and is responsible for partner outreach and stakeholder engagement. In her analytical work, she focuses on provision of qualitative and quantitative socio-economic assessments of European and national public policies at macro- and sectoral-levels, needed to build foundations for the long-term systemic thinking about climate and energy policy in Poland and the CEE region. She participated in strategic initiatives and conducted research for the public administration, private sector and research institutions. Zofia has provided analytical and technical support for the members of the European Commission’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance and worked with representatives of the financial sector to mainstream sustainable finance at the national and regional levels. Zofia continuous to actively participate in the discussions on financing of the decarbonisation of the economy as a Senior Taxonomy Analyst at Climate Bonds Initiative. She is a graduate from Imperial College London specialising in Environmental Economics and Policy (MSc), as well as an MSci graduate from the University of Southampton (MSci Ocean, Earth and Climate Science).email@example.com
Senior Climate & Energy Policy Analyst
Joanna is a climate and energy policy expert with over a decade long experience working on climate & energy issues in Poland as well as across the European Union. She joined Reform Institute as Senior Climate & Energy Policy Analyst, where her work focuses on Polish and EU climate & energy policies. Before joining Reform Institute she led Greenpeace Poland climate & energy unit. Earlier, she worked for Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, the largest European network of NGOs working on climate & energy issues, where she focused on advocacy work towards more ambitious EU energy policies. Joanna is based in Warsaw in Poland and holds a master’s degree in firstname.lastname@example.org
Karolina is responsible for the analysis of a climate policy, focusing on energy efficiency measures and sustainable transport solutions. She also coordinates processes related to the implementation of projects. In her professional career, she has provided analytical assessment of local, national, and European strategic documents and participated in national and international research projects. She is a co-author of reports on RES and CCS technology in Poland, as well as these focusing on energy efficiency of buildings and low-emission transport. Karolina graduated in Economics at the Warsaw School of Economics and International Relations at the University of Warsaw. Currently, she is carrying out additional master's studies in Decision analysis and Data science at the University of Stockholm.
Public Policy Analyst
As an analyst Aneta focuses on realization of projects concerning assessment of European and national green transition policies. She specializes also in quantitative analysis and data processing.
Aneta has experience in the area of financial market analysis and forecasting of business cycle indicators in the global economy, which she had acquired while working as an economist for Department of Economic Analysis and Research of National Bank of Poland. She also used to be responsible for qualitative and quantitative analysis within social economics area while participating in research projects for public administration realised for other non-governmental organisations. She graduated from Warsaw School of Economics’ Bachelor's degree program (in economics) and from Maastricht University Master’s degree program (in econometrics and operations research).
Junior Program Expert
Karolina supports research on European and national climate and energy policies and the implementation of projects. Previously, Karolina worked in the Economic Department of the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. During the UK’s COP26 Presidency she led and delivered net zero projects that involved working with high-level Polish businesses and top universities. She studies International Relations and European Studies at the College of Interdisciplinary Individual Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw. She participated in the 5th edition of the Academy of Businesswomen Leaders of Lesław A. Paga Foundation.email@example.com
Krystyna is an operations manager with many years of experience working as an office manager, project manager and event organizer. At Reform Institute she is responsible for institutional development, creation and implementation of policies and procedures as well as administration and financial processes. Before joining Reform Institute, she worked for the improvement and development of the relations between EU and Israel at the Israeli Embassy in Warsaw and at the ELNET-Poland foundation. She also used to work for the institutions focused on energy efficiency and sustainable development – among them, The Polish National Energy Conservation Agency. She graduated in Hebrew studies at the Warsaw University.firstname.lastname@example.org