Writer, Communications Strategist and Co-founder of Polish Migrants Organise for Change (POMOC)
Marzena Zukowska is a London-based organiser, communications strategist, and co-director and co-founder of Polish Migrant Organise for Change (POMOC).
For a decade, Marzena has developed narrative and organizing strategies for leading social movements in the US, UK and Europe. She was the Media Relations Director for National Domestic Workers Alliance, where she used pop culture and storytelling to build leadership and political empowerment among domestic workers. She has worked on countless electoral campaigns among low propensity voters, and in 2019, co-founded Polonia Glosuje (Polish Diaspora Votes), a UK-based grassroots campaign that helped spur some of the highest voter turnout rates in Polish elections.
Marzena is a frequent contributor to and active Board Member of Red Pepper magazine, and has been published in two anthologies: Queer Activism After Marriage Equality and Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry. Marzena’s first co-edited volume on building narrative power is scheduled for publication in 2022; and her co-authored pop culture for social change report A Brave New World will be published in March 2021. She co-leads the Radical Communicators Network, and is a queer, nonbinary Polish immigrant who grew up undocumented in the US.