Vice President for Social Affairs
Natalia Turkiewicz currently attends the High School for Health Professions and Human Services in Manhattan. She currently attends Polish School at the Parish of St. Cyril & Methodius Church in Brooklyn, New York. Natalia is enrolled in a rigorous medical assisting program run through her high school and interns at Jag One-on-one physical therapy and Mount Sinai Beth Israel, where she continuously expands her medical knowledge to help her reach her long-term goal of becoming a neurosurgeon. She has a strong passion for medicine and loves helping people. Natalia is also a member of the student government and the national honors society where she works to ensure a safe school environment. In her free time, Natalia enjoys playing football as well as cheerleading, singing, and playing guitar.
Natalia is an active volunteer in multiple communities. She often volunteers at her high school along with her Polish school. In addition to that, she is an active volunteer in her parish St. Stanislaus Kostka as well as her middle school where she helps prepare the students for ballroom competitions. Natalia has a strong passion for her Polish ethnicity and being able to speak fluently in Polish has helped her tremendously succeed as both a student and as an individual.
Provides support in formal, administrative and organizational activities to the President. Coordinates effective cooperation with Polish diaspora youth and ensures the effective flow of information in the structure. Represents members inside and outside the association, and helps in making decisions on their behalf regarding the current functioning of the association.