Kinga is an expert in research methodology, social inequality, and group processes. She specializes in measuring diversity, segregation, inclusion, and discrimination.
Between 2012-2015 she served as an appointed member of the Migration Policy Expert Team at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland. She also co-authored the City of Warsaw Equality Strategy (“Diverse Warsaw”) as well as a number of evaluation studies for the city’s Education and Culture Departments.
Kinga has cooperated with international businesses and research institutions in Poland, the UK, and the US. She was a fellow of the Foundation for Polish Science’s Young Scholars Program and the Fulbright Junior Research Program. She is also an alumna of the SYMLOG Consulting Workshop in San Diego, CA, and the School of Management Trainers and Consultants MATRIK in Krakow, PL.
She is author or co-author of numerous books and articles on status, trust and legitimacy processes, workplace and housing discrimination, and the gender/motherhood pay gap.
Kinga holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Jagiellonian University. She has also studied, trained, and conducted research in leading research institutions in Poland (Collegium Civitas, Polish Academy of Sciences) and the United States (University of Iowa, University of South Carolina, Cornell University).