Malgorzata Krasowska has dedicated over 15 years of her professional life to support higher education in various roles at universities in the US and Europe, at a government educational foundation, and in the Intellectual Property and Science division at Thomson Reuters, now Clarivate Analytics. In her previous role at the company, Malgorzata served as the business development manager for East and Central Europe, Russia and Central Asia. In 2012, Malgorzata won a national competition to lead the Polish-US Fulbright Commission, a non-for-profit government educational foundation, and worked for the Polish and US governments to further develop student and faculty exchange and research programs for three years. As a specialist on Clarivate Analytics solutions, and experienced foundation head and educational programs’ manager, Malgorzata supports now Clarivate Analytics activities for the non-for-profit and government customers across Europe, in Asia and Sub- Saharan Africa.
She is a graduate from the Amherst College and the University of Michigan where she pursued Ph.D. studies in Comparative Literature and started working for higher education as a language and literature instructor and researcher. Before her move to Poland and joining Thomson Reuters in 2010, Malgorzata represented the Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management as director of admissions to the Executive MBA program in the US and across the Latin America, and then the Porto Business School in Portugal as the director of International Relations. An avid and multilingual world traveler, Malgorzata is passionate about foreign cultures, slow food cuisine, promoting local arts and crafts and practicing yoga.
Urap 2016 Symposium Presentation