Marta Prochwicz-Jazowska is a program coordinator in the Warsaw office. She is responsible for coordinating and managing various German Marshall Fund activities in Warsaw. She closely monitors and writes on issues related to Polish, German, and French relations. Before joining GMF, on behalf of the Polish government, Prochwicz-Jazowska worked with American universities (such as Yale, Harvard, UCLA) on cultural exchange programs. Previously, she worked for the Polish Permanent Representation to the EU. She also gained experience at the EU Commission, the EU Delegation to Peru, and NATO. Prochwicz-Jazowska holds a master’s degree in international studies and diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies and a B.A. from University College London. She grew up in Canada, Poland, and Austria and has a French education.
Security and Defense
Monika Bičkauskaitė is a program assistant in the Warsaw office, where she coordinates numerous German Marshall Fund activities in Warsaw, the Baltic States, and the V4 countries. She writes on NATO, transatlantic relations, the Eastern Flank, and France. Before joining GMF, she gained experience at organizations such as the LA Area Chamber of Commerce and the OECD. She holds a master’s degree in international security from L'Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po Paris), a B.A. in transatlantic relations from Sciences Po Paris Campus de Reims, and she has studied at the University of Southern California (USC) in the United States. A proud Lithuanian, Monika closely monitors issues related to the Baltic States and is part of civil initiatives such as those of Global Lithuanian Leaders.