Aleksandra Grzybowicz

Research Coordinator - Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania

Aleksandra has an extensive higher education in various fields which she acquired in Poland. This allowed her to find a job that she is passionate about and at the same time brings Aleksandra satisfaction from finding family stories and connecting genealogical roots. Additionally multilingual skills has allowed Aleksandra to devote herself entirely to archival researches. Aleksandra has been working for 2 years with the Polaron team and her responsibilities are explanations of all the genealogical histories of families from countries who were previously part of the former Polish territory. Aleksandra is a research coordinator – exclusively for Ukrainian, Belarusian, Lithuanian backgrounds where she connects generations by finding documents of ancestors so that Polaron’s clients can obtain a Polish citizenship.

Fun fact: Aleksandra has lived in Australia for fourteen years with three daughters, two dogs, and two cats, and still has a lot of energy. This is probably because of Aleksandra’s Polish-Belarusian-Ukrainian heritage.