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Join us for the final session of 30 Under 30 8th edition.
Łukasz Kowalski, MSL, will run his Leadership means ownership session. Rob Rudich, Energy Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, will share his thoughts on the career and leadership from the point of view of a former U.S. Army Officer with some background in the private sector, who is today deeply involved in the Polish energy transformation process. Speakers Speakers Lukasz Kowalski Deputy Managing Director of MSLGROUP POLAND Lukasz Kowalski Deputy Managing Director of MSLGROUP POLAND
Łukasz has over 17 years’ experience in Public Relations. He specializes in providing comprehensive services in Corporate PR and Public Affairs. His areas of excellence are reputational and issue management, planning and implementation of strategic communication, crisis communication and building relationships with opinion leaders. Łukasz has broad expertise in the implementation of projects for international clients in media, big corp, energy and heavy industry sectors. He is Co-chairman of the Marketing and Communication Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Board at Polish Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo and Member of the Board at Advertising Council. The former spokesperson for City Council Warsaw. Also he is a lecturer at University of Warsaw - Postgraduate Studies in Corporate Communication.
He received a number of awards Srebrny Spinacz 2016 Corporate Communication - Communication of the TVN acquisition by SNI, Srebrny Spinacz 2016 Investor Relations and Financial Communication - Communication of the TVN acquisition by SNI, Srebrny Spinacz 2016 Media i Kultura - Communication of the TVN acquisition by SNI, EMEA SABRE Chemicals & Industrials 2020 - ArcelorMittal Tomorrow Without Smog, Złoty Spinacz 2019 Industry and Infrastructure - ArcelorMittal Tomorrow Without Smog, Robert Rudich Energy Attaché at U.S. Embassy Robert Rudich Energy Attaché at U.S. Embassy
Robert Rudich is the first DOE Energy Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw. In this role he advances U.S. interest by advocating for energy decarbonization that creates jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. He supports the Department of Energy and U.S. industry to deepen bilateral cooperation areas such as energy security, nuclear and renewable energy sources, energy justice, and critical infrastructure protection.
Mr. Rudich joined the DOE in 2015 and served in the National Nuclear Security Administration where he cooperated with regional partners to implement nuclear and radiological security programs in East Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific. He also worked closely with the U.S. interagency to expand cooperation on Nuclear Security between the U.S. and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. In addition to the DOE, Mr. Rudich has also served over 20 years in the U.S. Army both as an Officer and Government Civilian. During his career he focused on intelligence; civil military relationships; Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear emergency management; and counterterrorism. His experience includes deployments to Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, and Kazakhstan. Mr. Rudich also served in multiple assignments with Special Forces and conducted rescue operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to joining the DOE, Mr. Rudich worked in the private sector in corporate banking and as a government sales manager for a defense contractor. His volunteer experience includes managing an Urban Search & Rescue Task Force in the aftermath of the 2010 Earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He attended the University of Denver where he earned both a master’s degree in International Security and a bachelor’s degree in International Studies. Robert was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He lives in Poland with his wife Brittany, who works in public communications. They enjoy travel, running, skiing, scuba diving, mountaineering, camping, and photography. Welcome to Glue Up. We are upgrading our password strength service in order to align with ISO27001 standards. Please take a moment to upgrade your password.
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