Experts & Staff

Marta Prochwicz Jazowska

Deputy Head, Warsaw Office
Policy Fellow

Areas of expertise

Polish politics and foreign and security policy, EU foreign and security policy, the Weimar Triangle


Polish, English, French, German


Marta Prochwicz Jazowska is the deputy head of the Warsaw office and a policy fellow at ECFR. She closely monitors and writes on issues related to Polish foreign policy with an emphasis on Poland’s role in Europe and the war in Ukraine and on Polish-American relations.

Prior to joining ECFR, Prochwicz Jazowska managed the German Marshall Fund’s programmes in its Warsaw office. Before this, she worked on fostering transatlantic relations through cultural diplomacy.

During Poland’s presidency of the council of the European Union in 2011, Prochwicz Jazowska sat in on the EU’s political and security committee as the assistant to the Polish permanent representative to the forum. She also gained experience at the European Commission, NATO, the EU delegation to Peru, the Polish embassies in Azerbaijan and Costa Rica, and at the Turkish think-tank USAK-ISRO.

She frequently appears in Polish and international media (including CNN, BBC, SkyNews, Bloomberg, and TVN24), writing articles on topics related to Polish foreign policy and EU foreign and security policy.

She holds a master’s degree in international studies and diplomacy from London’s School of Oriental and African Studies and a bachelor’s degree from University College London.