Main focus: Female Leasdership
Languages: German, English, French, Polish
Topics: female leadership, femalefounders, equal pay, enterprise social network, young talents, young leaders, entertainment, career development, young employer branding, food, foodblogs, business networking, female entrepreneurship
My name is Julia, im 25 i come from Warsaw and live in Berlin since 7 years. I came here without any knowledge of german, i had no money- i just wanted to move out of Poland and live in Berlin. I started as au pair, i didnt know anyone in Berlin, ive been through few terribly stressful situations when i had to escape from the host fmily and get another job, but i never gave up. my aim was to study in Berlin- i started in 2012 to study American Studies at Freie Univeristy, and at the same time i met my (now ex) boyfriend who indtroduced me into the gastronomy/ supper club/art/ music world in Berlin. I fell in love with his concept and started doing the events with him, soon later, we opened a restaurant together (i was 21), i ran both the event space and the restaurant with him, organiing every week different events. In November 2013 i started my own Supper Club called "Polish Thursday Dinners"- my idea to present the "New Wave" of polish culture and cusine.
Through last few years ive been working as a chef, cafe manager, event mnager, PR manager, jazz singer, but especially as freelance enterpreneur- i registered as a small company last year and develop in the direction of an Event and PR Agency. Fighting with stereotypes and sexism everyday, manifesting female power.
Here are some links about me:
https://munchies.vice.com/en_us/article/meet-the-singing-chef-whos-hosting-berlins-finest-dinner-parties http://www.freundevonfreunden.com/journal/fvf-cooks-with-julia-bosski/ http://mediathek.rbb-online.de/tv/Kowalski-Schmidt/Polish-is-the-new-black/rbb-Fernsehen/Video?documentId=40305716&bcastId=16361776 http://www.exberliner.com/features/people/the-queen-of-thursdays/