Daniel Wisniewski (Poland, 1986) is an expert in international relations, EU policy-making and economics. He is a doctoral candidate at Cergy-Pontoise University in Paris and Warsaw School of Economics in the field of economics. President of YouthProAktiv, Daniel is passionate about building bridges between people from different countries and cultures. He travelled the world in order to broaden his perspective on various matters related to politics, economics and philosophy. He interned at the European Parliament, Permanent Representation of Poland to the European Union in Brussels and the United States Congress. He is a speaker on entrepreneurship, history, politics and astronomy.
Paloma Cantero Gómez (Spain, 1989)-CEO of YouthProAktiv she is an expert of international relations, holding a double bachelor degree in law and journalist by the University of Madrid Rey Juan Carlos and Sciences-Po (Paris). Her professional career started with the Spanish law firm Cremades & Calvo-Sotelo focused on political campaigns and the financial sector. She has been working in Brussels attracted by the spectrum of the International Institutions, politics and multiculturalism. Passionate about leadership and entrepreneurship she has launched several projects related to education, youth, social movements, human rights and fashion. She is a speaker on Personal Development and Mentality Change.
Radovana (Radka) Jágriková (Slovakia, 1988) joined YouthProAktiv in January 2018 as Project Manager. In her role, she builds on her interest and knowledge in education and effective professional/personal development, along with arts and culture, new media and languages, and her previous extensive experience in project coordination, communication and research in these areas, among others. She is also a published short fiction writer. She holds a Bachelor degree in Journalism and an MA in Media Culture, with a Master thesis on psychology and sociology of amateur music-making and life-long learning through arts and culture, and has previously lived and worked in Slovakia, the Netherlands and the UK.
Farid (1987 Azerbaijan) moved to The UK at the age of 18, to Sweden with 24, to Lithuania with 26 and to the Netherlands with 27. Eager to travel, he started his first bachelor degree at the age of 26 convinced that learning should have a lifelong approach.