The Honorable Adrian Kubicki, Consul General of Poland in New York City and Rotary Club of New York International Breakfast at the UN – Virtual
As Chair of the Rotary Club of New York’s International Breakfast at the United Nations it is my pleasure to announce our next guest speaker: Adrian Kubicki Consul General of Poland in New York City. Join us virtually by registration https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rotary-club-of-new-york-international-breakfast-at-the-un-virtual-tickets-123754317495
Wed, Oct 21, 2020 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
Born in 1987 in Poland, Adrian Kubicki is a Diplomat, sociologist, expert in public relations and communication, former journalist and spokesperson of LOT Polish Airlines.
He graduated social sciences at University of Warsaw. For 7 years he worked as a journalist for one of the largest radio stations in Poland, reporting major news stories from Poland and many other countries across the globe. He contributed to major daily newspapers in Poland as well as the website dedicated to nongovernment organizations with a particular focus on humanitarian and development aid.
In 2014 he joined communications team at LOT Polish Airlines as international PR manager, building relations with media on airline’s key markets, including the U.S. In 2016 he became spokesperson and executive director responsible for building communication strategy for the ambitious plan of LOT’s global expansion. During that time he and his team organized more than 100 events and press conferences, launching new services to Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Newark, Los Angeles, Miami and many others, as well as introducing new Boeing aircraft to the service – 787 Dreamliner and 737 MAX. He represented LOT on many of these events, as well as at major international conferences and gatherings around the World.
In 2017, together with LOT’s CEO Rafał Milczarski, he initiated and run a successful public campaign educating Polish passport holders about U.S. visa application process, with an aim to reduce the refusal rate below 3%. Campaign guided Poland to being included into the Visa Waiver Program in 2019.
In August 2019 he joined Polish foreign service at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he received a consular title and was appointed for four years term as a director of Polish Cultural Institute in New York – part of Polish diplomatic mission to the U.S. working in the field of public diplomacy.
In January 2020 he has received an official nomination to become a new Consul General of Poland in New York. In February 2020 he passed the hearing before the parliament commission, receiving green light to take over the post later this year.
Privately he is married to Anna and is a father of two years old daughter Laura. In his spare time he enjoys playing piano and organs.
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