Kinga is an expert in cross-cultural psychology. She is a trainer and an owner of Cross-Cultural Consulting. She specializes in building bridges between persons of different national and cultural origins, enriching the potential of migrants, and building inclusive cultures of culturally diverse organizations.
Since 2000, Kinga has been managing and implementing training and consulting projects that focus on improving the cross-cultural competence of diverse national and ethnic groups in Poland and abroad. She works with transnational corporations, businesses that invest abroad, international virtual teams, and persons representing public, non-governmental, and academic institutions all over the world.
Kinga is an alumna of the “Intra” School of Training and Methods for Psychologists, accredited by the Polish Psychological Association. She is also the first person to graduate from the Global Dexterity “Train the Trainer” Program. She actively engages in social dialogue aimed at increasing cross-cultural understanding. For over three years, she co-chaired the Committee on Social Dialogue and Foreigners of the City of Warsaw. She also participated in drafting the “Model for Equal Treatment” for the City of Gdańsk, in cooperation with European Solidarity Center. She is a long-time member of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research, which she also co-chaired. Kinga also represents Poland in the Radicalization Awareness Network affiliated with the European Commission, where she serves as an expert on cross-cultural integration and combating radicalization.
Kinga also co-authored the first Polish manual for cross-cultural trainers and the first psychology guidebook for Polish return migrants. She has graduate degrees in cross-cultural psychology and cross-cultural management.
D&I strategies and action plans; Antidiscrimination and anti-mobbing policies and law; Mediations.
Polish, English, Spanish
Diversity management; Sustainable development; Employee and corporate volunteering.
Diversity and inclusion measurement; Group processes.
Service design; Design thinking; Participatory design
Neuroscience-informed design; Inclusive design.
Polish, English, Italian
Diversity management; Public relations and communication; CSR.
CSR; Business and Human Rights; non-financial business reporting
Polish, English, German
Cross-cultural psychology and cross-cultural communication.