I have lived in Atlanta since 2003. I got involved in the operation of the Polish Saturday School in 2015 when my daughter started to attend the School. I have always strived to help and support our School. I have organized the monthly coffee chats since 2015, and I assisted in organizing many other School events.
I studied economics and marketing at the Swietokrzyski University in Poland.
My passion is baking and my (not yet fulfilled) dream is to open a small bakery. My other passion is art in its many forms: painiting, sewing and needlework – in other words making the world around me more beautiful.
I have been volunteering for the Georgia SPCA since 2015, among other duties offering my home as foster home for homeless dogs. Currently I am a proud owner of two cats and three dogs – altogether 19 happy paws.
I would not be able to do all that I am able to do without the help of my wonderfully understanding husband! I am a happy mother and wife.
I am an optimist, trying to walk through life with a smile on my face. Nothing is impossible to achieve; our future is ours to shape!
President of the Polish Club of Atlanta
Natalia Hayn comes from the Greater Poland region in western Poland. Natalia has been teaching and working with children for twenty years. She is a graduate of the College for Teaching Foreign Languages in Bydgoszcz. She has a bachelor’s degree in English language teaching, and a license to teach ESL. She lives in Marietta, GA.
Director of the Polish School of Atlanta, Vice-President of the Polish Club of Atlanta
Miss Kinga was born in Muszyna. She graduated from the Education College in Krakow in Special Needs Education. She also has a bachelor’s degree in Early Education from the same College. Her master’s degree was focused on the early support for children’s development. She was a teacher and a therapist in Poland. She wishes to continue to improve her qualifications and develop her professional experience.
Vice-President of the Polish Club of Atlanta
She has lived in Atlanta since 2010. Magdalena has a PhD in European law. Before coming to Atlanta, she lived in the UK, where she was a Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. She is and an Adjunct Professor in EU law at Emory Law School and a legal expert on European law projects for the European Commission and the European Parliament. Magdalena has two children: 8-year-old Zofia and 5-year-old Sebastian. Her passions are classical music, art and travel.
Secretary of the Polish Club of Atlanta
Miss Monika has been teaching at the Polish School of Atlanta for eight years. She is the happiest when she sees her class making progress in learning Polish language, when they are learning about Polish culture, customs and traditions and having fun along the way. Her hobbies are travel and nature photography. She loves visiting new places, meeting new people and sampling new foods.