Atypika - fundacja dla neurokultury Archiwa: Foundation Council – a/typowi - fundacja na rzecz neuroróżnorodności
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Mirosław Barszcz

Graduate of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lublin. He started his professional career in international consulting companies. For many years he has been associated with investment funds from the startup and real estate market. He has been cooperating with the Sobieski Institute almost from the very beginning of its existence. He co-created many programs, incl. in the fields of taxation, housing, family and demographic policy, information society, entrepreneurship and education. He is a member of the Council of the Foundation for Research and Science Development.

Katarzyna Bogatko

Legal adviser at the District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw. Since 2010, she has been associated with the Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law, where she currently serves as a board member. Over the years, she has coordinated many projects related to counteracting discrimination and social exclusion in various areas of life and for various reasons. She specializes in cases related to unequal treatment in employment due to disability, health condition and experience of mental illness. Member of the Specialist Team of the Cooperation Fund Foundation, which, based on the “Flat First” method, supports people who are mentally ill and are in a homelessness crisis.

Alicja Resich

Co-founder of Atypika foundation. TV and radio journalist. Columnist, author of satirical texts and the autobiographical book “Tales of radio and television. Alice on the other side of the mirror ”. Producer and author of television programs, including the first talk show in Poland, “Evening with Alice”. She specializes in interviews with outstanding and recognized representatives of the world of film, literature, science, art and sport. From the very beginning, she has been associated with TVP, for four years with Telewizja Polsat, where she produces her original program “In the Close Plan”. A graduate of the Faculty of English at the University of Warsaw, an admirer of Emily Dickinson and Ewa Lipska poetry.

Michał Tomczak

Ph.D. in Social Sciences, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland). He worked as a visiting scholar at the University of North Texas, College of Health and Public Service.
He is the first Polish researcher in the field of management who conducted research on neurodiversity and work. Author and co-author of over 50 publications in the field of human resource management, in particular, technology-based and non-technological solutions for the inclusion and wellbeing of employees with autism within the digitized workplace.
Principal Investigator and co-investigator of several projects funded by the National Science Center (NCN) and the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR). He developed a set of solutions for employers aimed at improving human resource management processes and optimizing the work environment in terms of the needs of people with autism.
He participated in the development of a stress control system for children with developmental disorders in one of the special schools in Poland.

Ewa Woydyłło-Osiatyńska

Doctor of psychology, psychotherapist, specialist in the field of addictions and family problems. Author of articles and interviews on development and social issues as well as many books, incl. Women’s secrets, Raise your head, In harmony with yourself, Shoes of happiness, Because you are human: live with depression, but not depressed, Good memory, bad memory, Regret after loss: acceptance lessons. People, people … Member of the Program Board of the ABC XXI Foundation “All of Poland Reads to Children”, the Congress of Women and the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights.

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