|Marek Kucharski, MBA
Marek is a graduate of the Biblical Theological Seminary in Wroclaw, Poland (1994). From 1994 to 2002, he served as a pastor at the Evangelical Church “ICHTUS” in Wrzesnia, Poland. From 2002 to 2003, he attended the Residency Program (internship) for pastors and leaders of Christian organizations at Fellowship Associates in Little Rock, Arkansas USA. In 2003, he joined the staff of EST as the Director of Discipleship, and in 2006 was appointed to the position of Chancellor. In 2012, he received a Licentiate (Bachelors) degree in Finance and Business Management at Wroclaw School of Banking. In 2014, he finished his MBA studies at Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Since 2015, he also serves as the coordinator for the Institute of Church Development. His wife is Agnieszka and they have two sons.
|Rebecca LeMaster, B.A.
Rebecca is from Little Rock, Arkansas USA. She graduated with a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Arkansas in Little Rock and joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ. She later received a certificate in Paralegal Studies from the University of Miami in Florida and worked for several years as a paralegal at the law firm of Wright, Lindsey & Jennings in Little Rock, AR. In 1999, she moved to Poland to work at EST where she cooperates with staff and faculty regarding various projects: fundraising, scholarships, promotion, English website, reports, communication, and visitors from abroad.
|Anna Bogowska, M.A.
Anna graduated in Polish philology at the University of Zielona Gora. Anna has worked at EST since 2014.
|Magdalena Wrona, M.A.
Magda is a graduate of English Philology at the University of Wroclaw. She has worked at EST since 2013.
|Monika Humeniuk-Walczak, Ph.D.
Monika is a graduate from the Faculty of Pedagogy at the University of Wroclaw. In 2010, she defended her doctoral dissertation in the area of gender and intercultural studies. At EST, Monika coordinates the organization and realization of projects related to educational, social and cultural activities in the Intercultural Academy of Third Age (for seniors).
|Iwona Szubert, M.A.
Iwona is a graduate in geography from the University of Wroclaw. She worked at BST between 1993 and 1995 and rejoined the EST administrative staff in September 2007.
|Joanna Gacka M.A.
Joanna is a graduate of the Evangelical School of Theology. Next, she studied and received a master’s degree in Philosophy (specialization in social communication) at the University of Wroclaw. Currently, she is a PhD student at the University of Lower Silesia in Wroclaw. She has worked at EST since 2012 and involved in the coordination of activities in the field of promotion and media relations.
| Joanna Szczotkowska, M.A.
A graduate of University of Lower Silesia in Wroclaw in journalism and communication with a specialty in Public Relations, creating the image of companies and institutions. She has worked at EST since 2013 and coordinates activities and events in the area of promotion and public relations.
|Lidia Harcej, M.A.
Lidia is a graduate in German Philology from the University of Wroclaw. She has worked at EST since May 2009. Her husband is Paweł and they have one child.
| Mateusz Stefaniak
A graduate of Computer Science from the Technical University of Wroclaw and has been associated with EST since 2012.
|Justyna Oleksiuk, M.A.
Justyna is a graduate from the Accounting and Postgraduate Studies at the School of Banking. She began working at EST in 2009. She is also interested in human resources.
|Sława Mikulska-Stadnik, M.A.
Slawa is a graduate of the School of Management and Banking in Poznan with specialization in accounting and auditing. Her cooperation with EST began in April 2012.
“John Amos Comenius in Poland” was the title of a lecture by Manfred Richter, which was held on May 9 in the Lutheran Church of Divine Providence in Wrocław.
What do a nun of Jewish origin, the author of the letter of Polish bishops to German bishops and the Protestant pastor who opposed Nazism have in common? They are all associated with Wrocław and because of the choices they made they became witnesses of freedom.
A story that could serve as a melodrama scenario is much more than that. Love that turned out to be stronger than war and death. Courage that required sacrificing more than one life. The participants of the Thursday meeting at the Lutheran Church of Divine Providence got to know the moving history of the von […]