Assistant Vice President
Julia Wojtkowski was born in New York City, however, she was raised in a household that prioritized the Polish culture and patriotism. From her youngest years, she spent each summer in Poland, getting to know her family, history, and language, and attended Polish summer camps in Krakow and Ruciana Nida. She had also been a student at the Polish Supplementary School of Maria Konopnicka for a period nine years, later becoming a volunteer at the school, as well as at St. Stans Kostka Church, the Krakus Senior Center, the Polish and Slavic Center, as well as the Jozef Pilsudski Institute of America. Julia is currently a student at Townsend Harris High School, where she also spreads her culture, by taking part in NYC National History Day at the Museum of the City of New York. Her project about Marshal Jozef Pilsudski won first place, qualifying her for the state eliminations.
Julia adores books, the arts, and travel. She loves math and plans to study economics. She is fluent in Polish and English, and is proficient in Spanish and Latin.
Provides support in formal, administrative and organizational activities. Helps in identifying the needs of the youth and creating the appropriate approach of the association to best tailor it to youth needs. Supports the development of the association creatively, identifies new directions of the association's development and assesses the effectiveness of undertaken actions. Responsible for recording the course of board meetings.