Katarzyna Dorosz – Lecturer, researcher about longevity and brain memory, journalist, political scientist, writer.
She is a world-renowned expert for senior and mature individuals, who also conducts research on longevity. She is the founder of the first internet television channel activ50.tv for people 50, with international reach. She is also a lecturer and author of several books, amongst others “Your path to happiness – Health with absolutely no age limits”, “A holistic approach to life”, “The power of life”, and 7 editions of the workbooks “Your Guide to Positive Life” for mature people.

The author born in Poland currently lives in the United States, works with many prestigious American universities and is working on another book, this time about attaining meaningful longevity in Life and how to maintain brain function.

Her professional and life successes motivate many women. They show them the path of development.
She also supports women around the world through motivational lectures. Her attitude and stubborn pursuit of purpose shows how important changes and progress in life are.

For 8 years a member of the Council for Senior Policy in Poland and Expert for Seniors in the European Union and Washington DC.
Since 2009, she has lectured at the Universities of the Third Age and Senior Clubs throughout Poland, Europe and the USA. Over 200,000 people have attended these lectures.
For many years she worked at newspaper Polskapresse, Radio, TVN24.

Her project was recognized and received many awards and distinctions for her activities for seniors.
Among others – the Ministry of Health in Poland, the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy in Poland, the European Union Brussels, Department of Health Washington DC.

As an expert on longevity, she was a consultant introducing the Clinic of fruit and vegetable diet treatment in Europe. Also invited to conducted classes with patients after strokes in the hospital.

Katarzyna Dorosz passions are flamenco dancing, writing, traveling, longevity, healthy nutrition, improving brain function.