WiolettaDunin-Majewska is an EU official with over ten years of experience in the international public sector. Within the European Commission Wioletta worked in the Regional Policy, the Economic and Financial Affairs and the EU Representation in London as a Regional Manager in charge of Outreach. Prior to joining the Commission, Wioletta was a consultant at the World Bank, in Economic Management and Poverty Reduction VP, and a writer- consultant at the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), focusing on macro-economic and development issues. Since 2014, Wioletta has been a Policy Coordinator at Directorate General for Energy working on infrastructure of common EU interest, on financing of energy projects and on energy poverty issues. Since 2017 working on decarbonisation of EU islands.
Wioletta is a Johns Hopkins University graduate with an MA in International Relations and International Economics and an MA from Jagiellonian University in Krakow.