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Karolina Molter

Executive Assistant

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About me

Karolina Molter was born in New York City. She currently studies at St. Francis Preparatory School, located in Fresh Meadows where she maintains her outstanding grades and is a member of the National Honor Society. Karolina was raised in a polish household where she spoke polish as her first language. In addition, she attended St. Faustyna Polish School in Ozone Park for 13 years where she learned to read, write, and speak fluently in Polish. She is also an active member of Polish organizations in St. Stanislaus and Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Roman Catholic Church. Karolina grew up participating in competitive ballroom dancing for 8 years where she was awarded in a state champion. In addition to the ballroom, she danced ballet, hip hop, lyrical, jazz and was on her high school cheerleading team. In 2011 she was Little Miss Ozone Park and in 2012 Miss of The National Sea League of America (Liga Morksa). She also took part in international art contests, where she received recognition from the Polish President (Andrzej Duda). Drawing has been her hobby since she was 6 years old. 


Karolina spends her time with her friends, dancing, drawing, and modeling. She also has a big passion for fashion. Karolina plans on using the Polish language and traditions in the future. She is a positive and caring individual that helps others in need. Traveling is one of her favorite things as well as spending time with her polish family. 

Responsibilites

The Executive Assistant to the President supports the President of the Polish Youth Association in carrying out his duties, is responsible for answering questions and requests for meetings directed to the President, advises directors in making consistent decisions by informing them about precedents, organizes business trips and meetings, developing travel plans and transport booking plans, and organizing accommodation during business trips, carries out projects and special tasks, cares for the reputation of the President and the Association.