My name is Kinga Gajewska. I was born on July 22, 1990 in Błonie, Poland. I am a PhD student at the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science at the University of Warsaw. Simultaneously, I study law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at University of Warsaw. In the academic year of 2011-2012 I earned a scholarship to study Politikwissenschaft at Berlin FreieUniversität.
I have been affiliated with politics for several years. I joined the Civic Platform political party’s organizations in 2008. Soon I was voted President of the Civic Platform Youth Organization – Young Democrats, for Warsaw and the Mazovia Region. In 2014 I was a trainee at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Poland to the United Nations in New York, where I was responsible for East European politics. Later in 2014, as a Civic Platform candidate, I ran for the European Parliament. Although I was not elected, I earned more than 6 thousand votes. For the years of 2014 and 2015 I was elected Councillor of The Mazovia Regional Council (Sejmik). Finally, in the Polish parliamentary elections of 2015 I was elected Member of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland (the lower house of the Polish Parliament).
In the Parliament I work for the Committee of Education, Science and Youth, as well as for the Committee of Justice and Human Rights. In the framework of international affairs, I am affiliated with the following parliamentary groups: Polish-French, Polish-Hungarian and Polish-German. I am also Secretary of the Programming Council of the Civic Platform.
My true passion in life is sport. For years, I have been passionate about motocross. I gained the title of 1st runner up Polish Champion, and in 2014 I was appointed member of the Polish National Motocross Team. I have been actively working on behalf of women in motorcycling sports as a member of the Committee for Women at the Polish Motorcycle Association.
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