Zuzanna Atanasow – a graduate in History of Art from the University of Warsaw and in European Studies from the College of Europe. A winner of a scholarship from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Before joining the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews team, she gained experience in cultural institutions in Poland and abroad.
Zuzanna Benesz-Goldfinger – expert on cultures and art historian. At the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, she was coordinating the project "Open Museum – Programmes for Persons with Disabilities", adapting the education offer and exhibitions to people with sensory and intellectual disabilities. She has also cooperated with Zachęta – National Gallery of Art in producing exhibitions for the Polish Pavilion in Venice and as a cataloguer.
Anna Berkowicz – a museum educator and a graduate in philosophy, curator studies and cultural project management. She is also connected with the National Museum in Kraków, where she has coordinated educational programmes for adults.
Beata Chomątowska – a writer and journalist, the author of "Stacja Muranów" and "Lachert i Szanajca", a biography of architects, among others. The president and co-founder of the Association of Social and Cultural Initiatives Stacja Muranów. At the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, she was coordinating an activity programme for Muranów residents. She is a permanent contributor to the Tygodnik Powszechny weekly and the Znak monthly and is a columnist of Warsaw's daily Gazeta Wyborcza Stołeczna.
Ewa Chomicka – the authoress of the concept and the coordinator of the Faces of Diversity project. Adult Education Section manager at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Educated as ethnologist, promoter of culture, expert in Polish studies, graduate of museology and curator studies specialising in presentation of contemporary art. She carries out projects that link theory, practice, knowledge and creativity in an interdisciplinary way. She is an advocate of participative development and an engaged model of cultural institutions.
Agnieszka Dwernicka – the director of the Kraków Photomonth Festival and the president of the Foundation for Visual Arts. She completed a post-graduate Manager of Culture Course at the Warsaw School of Economics, the Polish National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź, Faculty of Photography, and the Jagiellonian University, Faculty of German Studies. She holds a PhD in humanities.
Since August 2016, she has been the coordinator of artistic residency programmes at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Małgorzata Owczarska – a cultural anthropologist, she graduated from the University of Warsaw's Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, she completed PhD studies at the Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR) at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IFIS PAN) and the Post-Graduate Public Relations Course at the Institute of Applied Social Sciences of the University of Warsaw and IFIS PAN. She has cooperated with the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews since 2014, and currently coordinates an activity programme designed for Muranów residents.
Agnieszka Pindera – a curator and art theoretician, book editor and writer of critical texts, in 2014-2016 coordinator of the artistic residency programme and co-curator of the Presence/ Absence/ Traces Contemporary Artists on Jewish Warsaw exhibition at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Anna Pokłosiewicz (Majewska) – expert on cultures and promoter of culture, a graduate of the University of Warsaw's Institute of Polish Culture. At the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, she coordinates educational activities for adults and the Polish-Israeli student exchange programme. Apart from her museum work, she is also involved in film education.
Magdalena Skibińska – a Polish Studies graduate from the University of Warsaw, earlier she completed a five-year economics secondary school and earned an economist title; she received training in business economics and organisation. A coordinator of educational projects. As part of her job, she administers grants and is responsible for their correct financial execution and settlement.
Katarzyna Strycka – a graduate of the Poznań University of Economics and Business and the Warsaw School of Economics, coordinator of commercial and socio-cultural projects. At the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, she was coordinating administrative and organisational activities within the Faces of Diversity project.
Małgorzata Waszczuk – a sociologist and a coach dealing with intercultural and civic education. At the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, she coordinates an anti-discrimination programme and organises educational activities for adults. She also cooperates with non-governmental organisations, and used to be a volunteer in refugee camps in Switzerland, Belgium and Finland. In Warsaw's City Hall, she coordinated the preparation of the Youth Policy Programme.