About us

PANGEA Magazine is a bilingual, bimonthly publication established in 2014. It presents an elegant, worldly and journalistic face of what is going on with Polish diaspora and organizations around the world. With a target audience of 20 million Poles who live outside of Poland and as an excellent font of information for everyone else, PANGEA Magazine has rapidly become an important resource presenting cutting edge Polish issues and people in the news and on the move. Feature stores include the thoughts, passions and achievements of accomplished artists, celebrities, businessmen, travelers and diplomats whose lives are a testament that Poles can and do realize their dreams. The magazine’s main focus is business networking and offering assistance with useful tips, new investment opportunities and working with those who make things happen. PANGEA Magazine also rediscovers Polish history and presents the rich Polish culture.

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Our team

Kinga Eva Plich
Editor-in-chief, President

Polish born, with a master degree in Business Management from Kozminski University in Warsaw. Experienced CEO, publisher, TV & music producer, journalist, editor-in-chief of PANGEA Magazine. Co-founder of International Business Club. Ambassador of Women Entrepreneurship of the Polish Network of Women's Entrepreneurship. Kinga's aim is to catalyse entrepreneurship and promote education in order to connect & empower young professionals in the world.

Kasia Zak
Regional Director, Denver

Katarzyna holds M.A. in English & Journalism and MBA in Finance & Accounting. She is a licensed financial planner. Her work and passion is to help individuals and businesses with their financial needs through strategic financial planning, wealth management and various investing strategies. In 2014, she started a non-profit organization Be More. Do More. Give More. that provides coaching workshops for Polish women in the USA.

Anna Slabicka
Anna Slabicka
Correspondent, Miami

Poland native, lived many years in Boston, happily relocated to Miami, is still dreaming up places in Europe to live part of the year. Always loved maps, languages, different cultures. Traveling is as essential to her as food and air. Currently she is pulling all her interests together in her writing and the planned documentary about the Polish eco-farming and eco-tourism.

Dorota Peszkowska
Journalist & translator, Scotland

A semi-experienced word-worker; translator, journalist, editor. To fulfil her overgrown ambitions, she studies conference interpreting. To justify her fascination with popculture - she reads american studies at the University of Warsaw. Work for PANGEA Magazine is her chance to meet exciting, truly international people and meet new challenges. She likes old films and indie bands. She liked them before it was cool.

Ilona Lee
llona Lee
Correspondent, New York

Ilona is a CEO at Ilona Lee NETWORK (platform for Entrepreneurs who become Global Stars known around the world) and Founder of mojeNYC.com (online media for women in NYC). Ilona is an Entrepreneur, mentor for women in business, and PR Executive with over fourteen years of experience in Europe and New York.

Joanna Napiórkowska
Journalist & Copyreader, Scotland

Joanna is a Polish philologist and wordsmith, with a great deal of experience in translation, editorship and journalism, gained in both Poland and Scotland. She runs creative writing workshops in Inverness. She is a Chairperson of Polish-British literary group POL-UK Creative Writers. As well as her journalistic skills Joanna writes fables for children and stories for adults.

Beata Golembiowska
Beata Gołembiowska
Writer & photographer, Canada

The photographer and the author of screenplays and literary texts. Since 2006 until now Beata has been working for Liliana Komorowska Foundation for the Arts and QueenArt Films, where she made ​​her directorial debut documentary „Paradise lost, paradise regained”. Shortly after finishing the film she began to gather the material for the book – album “In One Suitcase” – about the Polish aristocracy in exile in Canada.

Magdalena Misiorowski
Magdalena Misiorowski
Correspondent, Chicago

Magda has been travelling with her husband Robert since November 2013. Currently they are in Nepal, where they have been discovering the Himalayas. Magda also runs a blog with photos of her journey: www.bohostella.com.

Alina Suder
Dietitian, Tv Presenter, Correspondent, Italy

Alina Suder was born in Poland and lives and works in Italy since long time. She is a dietitian specialized in nutrition, sport and health. Suder is also a TV presenter and writer, expert both in Mediterranean and Polish culture and kitchen. Alina is author of different books, essay and programs “KucinAlina” for TVP Polonia.

Slawek Orwat
Slawek Orwat
Correspondent, London

He listened to music before he even learned to speak. He grew up under martial law in Poland. For 18 months he was the musical editor of the weekly magazine “Wizjer” and was twice co-ordinator of the charity “Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy” in Luton, where he also ran Polish programmes in the on-line radio “Flash”, and in the English “Diverse FM”. He runs the music programme “Polisz Czart” on the St Albans-based community radio station “Verulam”.

Paul Schaffner
Paul Schaffner
Correspondent, Edinburgh

Paul is French and grew up on Reunion Island. He holds a masters in Marketing and management in the Tourist industry and is a postgraduate in History. Based in Edinburgh, married to a Polish wife with two children he is passionate about Polish history and culture. He is currently part of the Wojtek Memorial Trust team.

Sebastian Derwisinski
Correspondent, London

Digital Media Producer – International Weddings & Events, Music & Celebrity Video Producer; Portrait & Fashion Photographer Plus Joomla Website Builder at ArtMediaStudio.Net: Independent media production, professional video&photography, web & graphic design, music/singing tuition.

Emilian Waluchowski
Composer & music producer, Poland

Work begins at the level of the soul. Composer, music producer, artistic manager. Foundation of his work is optimism and good attitude. As a renowned musician, he has worked with countless bands and musicians in Poland and abroad. A graduate from University of music, he plays drums, piano, violin, and many other instruments.

Gerry Cassidy
Writer, editor, publisher, Scotland

Writer, publisher and editor with a senior level experience of newspaper and magazine production in Scotland. A former editor of a weekly newspaper, he worked freelance in Glasgow’s before taking redundancy from the Daily Record in December 2005. Since then, he has run a small publishing company, Raspberry Horse, writing, designing and editing a series of magazines including Scotsbarszcz - a bilingual Scottish-Polish magazine launched in December 2009.

Zosia Niemaszek
Correspondent, China

Born in Gdynia, a teacher from a family of teachers. Misses Gdynia a lot, but loves her life in Asia (China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore) with her hubby by her side - together they can do anything. In China, her name is "Suo fei ya", "suo" = a rope, "fei" = fragrance, "ya" = a brother-in-law = crazy concoction. She writes in Polish, English and Chinese about her life. She practises calligraphy and dreams about reading Mo Yan in Chinese.

Kasia Sałata
Graphic designer, Poland

Photographer, video maker, graphic designer. Generally prefers to express herself by visual arts than by words. Image communication student at University of Wrocław, specializing in branding. As a child, she wanted to travel around the world, now she is slowly making this dream come true - starting with European countries.

Kinga Jop Gajewska
Kinga Jop Gajewska
Stylist & image creator

Makijażem i sztuką upiększania zajmuje sie zawodowo od wielu lat. Pracuje przy pokazach mody, profesjonalnych sesjach fotograficznych dla magazynów, celebrytów, fotografów, jak również prowadzi szkolenia i kreuje firmowy image biznesowy.

Marzanna Olejniczak
Marzanna Olejniczak
Correspondent, Portugal

Healthy Lifestyle Coach. Her drive for discovering the world has led her to sunny Portugal. She inspires others with her urge for change. She is fascinated by humanity and all the wonders that happen to people when they start to live their own lives.

Sławek Muturi
Author, Poland

Half-Polish, half-Kenyan, Slawek lives in Warsaw. Ex-management consultant with Andersen and Deloitte, he retired in May 2009 at an age of 43. Was able to do so by investing in residential real estate. His mission now is to help as many individuals as possible achieve financial freedom. He has authored 5 books, countless articles and set up Mzuri – a group of companies covering property management, investment advisory and crowd fund investing. His passions include languages (speaks 11) and travelling – Slawek has been to every single country in the world.

Dr Dariusz Tarczyński
Author, Poland

Dr. Tarczyński is a business psychologist, founder and the CEO at the Non-Invasive Personality Analysis Institute; creator of personality analysis methods based on looks and speech, author of the books: “How to read one’s looks", “How to understand one’s looks”, “Psychographology” and “Key words”), as well as of many articles on interpersonal communication, personality analysis and business psychology. He conducted over 10 000 hours of training sessions, in the area of communication, sales techniques, motivation skills, team management, negotiation and influencing techniques, and crisis management.