Julia Wojtkowski

Executive Secretary


About me

Julia Wojtkowski is from New York City and is a Yale University student studying Economics and Art History. She has also recently studied at Oxford University through the Exeter College Summer Program.

Though she was born in New York, she was raised in a household that prioritized 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, and traveling across Poland.

Living in the Polish neighborhood of Greenpoint, she was a student at the Polish Supplementary School of Maria Konopnicka, later giving back to her community by becoming a volunteer there as well as at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, the Krakus Senior Center, the Polish and Slavic Center, and the Jozef Pilsudski Institute of America. Being greatly inspired by these opportunities, she represented her heritage while attending Townsend Harris High School by leading the Polish Festival of Nations, and her research project about Marshal Jozef Pilsudski won first place at NYC National History Day 2019. 

Currently, Julia is a member of Yale’s Polish Club and a multitude of organizations promoting the role of Polish youth in her community.


As the Executive Secretary, Julia provides support in formal, administrative, and organizational activities. She identifies new directions for the association's development and assesses the effectiveness of undertaken actions, while also being responsible for recording the course of both Board of Directors and team meetings.