Ms Magdalena Dziewguć is a graduate of the Law and Administration Faculty at the of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and European School of Law and Administration in Warsaw. She is also a graduate of University of Minnesota/Warsaw School of Economics. She completed post-graduate studies at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Harvard Business School.
During 1997-1999 she started her professional career in the sales area in Scala Polska, global leader for ERP software solutions. From January till December 2000 she worked as new business development manager in TNS OBOP. In 2001 – 2007 she worked for Orange Polska as business development manager and next, as a director of Corporate Market Bureau Orange B2B. In 2007 – 2012 she worked for Plus GSM as a director of Strategic Accounts Department, director of Business Sales Department, director of Key Accounts Department and B2B Managing Director responsible for management of all B2B sales and sales support processes. From September 2011 till August 2012 she was an investment advisor in MCI Management (VC and Private Equity). In 2012-2014 she continued professional career at Exatel where she was CMO and vice president of the Management Board responsible for sales, marketing, PR, product development and HR. From 2014 until now she works for Google as a Territory Manager for CEE region (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary) in the area of business development for Google Cloud.
Furthermore, Ms Magdalena Dziewguć fulfilled the role of Board of Trustees member of SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities (in 2016-2019), Supervisory Board member of Humanites Foundation (2014-2018), Supervisory Board member of PGE Dystrybucja S.A. (2012-2014), Chairwoman of the Audit Committee of LiderShe Association (2012-2018) and Chairwoman Supervisory Board of NOM (2012-2014).
She is the founder of Digital University (educational foundation) and Daisy.life start-up.
Ms Magdalena Dziewguć meets requirements of Art. 22aa of the Banking Law Act dated 29 August 1997 (as amended).