Our Ambassadors

Committed to support the Maker community in Poland, our Ambassadors are our representatives who work with us to raise public awareness about Maker Faire Warsaw, the First Featured Maker Faire in whole Poland. We are most grateful to them for this invaluable collaboration.

Ewa Orzeszko

Coordinator of the Medialab Workshop at the Workshops of Culture in Lublin.

Coordinator of the European project “FABLABs – new technologies in adult education”.

Expert in the field of non-vocational adult education and non-formal youth education.

Agnieszka Nowak

A surveyor By profession. Specialized in the spatial inventory of objects by means of 3D scanning. I completed post-graduate studies at the Warsaw University of Technology, also completed postgraduate studies at the same university. I’m passionate about modeling and 3d printing, painting objects, decoupage or general handicraft. Interested in dance, sport, books, I devote my free time to planning small and big trips 🙂

Paweł Sielczak

I am interested in the MAKER MOVMENT and the flow of benefits and values. I am interested in the possibilities of creating, knowledge and solutions in fablabs/makerspaces/hackerspaces, as well as ways of creating around these places and developing local communities.
An important aspect for me is learning by doing and learning by sharing knowledge. In my opinion, it is particularly important to implement this activities in general education.

Grzegorz Belica

I am the co-founder of FabLab Łódź (The 2nd Fablab in Poland), Textilab workshop and the initiator of the Academy of Prototyping and Fabrication project. I was also a trainer and researcher of the European movement within the Open Design & Manufacturing project. Currently, I work at FabLab Małopolska.

In the last seven years I have created and participated in technical and educational projects, hackathons and conferences. I support national leaders of Makerspaces in organizational development. I am also active in the field of research and science, gathering knowledge about the development of national Maker movement and the organization’s influence on new social and educational forms in sharing economy.

Agnieszka Lewicka

UX Designer by profession, Architect by education and DIY enthusiasts by heart “Maker”.

Participant of the first edition of “Maker Woman” program.

Volunteer at “Robisz.to” and “Doświadczenia Rzeczywiste” associations that actively support social initiatives in the world of technology.