American Chamber of Commerce
Dorothy Dabrowski has been the Managing Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland since 2002 where she is responsible for keeping the organization active, esteemed, and well-networked. The Chamber focuses on activities that improve the business climate in Poland while fostering a positive relationship with local and national governments. Under her leadership, it has grown into an organization with over 330 members, a league of active working groups, and flagship events like the “AmCham Diner”.
Ms. Dabrowski has served on the Executive Council of AmChams in Europe, was a founder of the Polish Professional Women Network (PWnet) as well as a juror in the “Złote Spinacze” PR awards, for Students in Free Enterprise (now Enactus) and other competitions. She is also a Competent Toastmaster.
Before coming to the Chamber she worked as an accountant at PwC and Shell, a journalist at the Warsaw Business Journal, and ran a cargo company for four years. Ms. Dabrowski graduated from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin in 1992 with a BA in Economics and Slavic Studies. She earned her MBA from the University of Calgary at the Warsaw School of Economics. She is a native of Texas, but has lived and worked in Poland since 1992. She is married with one daughter.