Kasia Nalewajko holds a Bachelor of Arts in English, French and Spanish Linguistics from the University of Warsaw and a Master of Arts in French Linguistics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. During her undergraduate studies, she completed a semester abroad at the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona. She specialised in quantitative policy analysis and international law at the Hertie School. She also gained professional experience in management consulting (IBM and Value for Good), non-profits (Harpswell Foundation, Ampion) and think tanks (European Council on Foreign Relations). She volunteered in projects on access to education in Cambodia and South Africa and on women’s rights in Hungary. She has lived and worked in Poland, Spain, Hungary, Cambodia, and Germany.
Master’s thesis title
Why are right-wing populists more successful than left-wing populists in Europe?