Dorota Warakomska Journalist
Journalist, commentator, author of documentary features, TV programs, working for 17 years for Polish Public Television, TVP (1991-2006), news reporter, anchorwoman, Chief TVP correspondent in the USA, Editor-in-Chief of the main TVP news shows.
Since 2007 freelance journalist. Host of a morning radio talk show (2016-2018) on TOK FM, leading news talk radio station in Poland. Columnist for Wysokie Obcasy (women’s weekly of Gazeta Wyborcza). Author of photo exhibitions, articles and books on equal rights, foreign relations, USA and travelling: What will happen with America (2018), Route 66 (2012), Cuba (1998). Media relations’ consultant, lecturer, public appearances’ trainer, coach.
Promotes activities in support of corporate responsibility, diversity and equal rights.
President of the Congress of Women Association (2013-2019), representing Poland’s largest non-political civic movement, aiming at equality of rights, opportunities, and potential of women.
A graduate of the University of Warsaw (International Relations 1990) and holder of scholarships from the National Forum Foundation 1992 and German Marshall Fund of the USA 1995. Intern at Fox and CNN, Washington, DC 1992.
Awarded: Golden Cross of Merit 2002, European Medal for Promoting the European Integration Ideas 2003.
Hall 3, Plenary Hall / Break Out 1
Debate Partner - Siemens
Moderator: Dorota Warakomska
Melissa Hathaway, leading expert in cyberspace policy and cybersecurity
Rebecca Henderson, CEO, Randstad Sourceright
Dominika Bettman, CEO and Director of Digital Industries, Siemens
Mark Loughran, General Manager, Microsoft
Beata Stelmach, President PZL-Świdnik, SVP Leonardo Helicopters (Poland)
Janusz Dziurzyński, Principal Director, Accenture Technology Advisory, VP ABSL
Wiktor Janicki, General Manager, Roche Poland
Sebastian Drzewiecki, Managing Director, Sabre Poland’s Global Development Center