|Mayor of Gdańsk|
|Assumed office |
11 March 2019
Acting: 14 January 2019 – 11 March 2019
|Preceded by||Paweł Adamowicz|
|Born||10 July 1979|
|Political party||Civic Platform/Everything for Gdańsk|
|Children||Zofia (b. 2008)|
|Alma mater||University of Gdańsk|
In 1994 she graduated from The Primary School № 50 named after Emilia Plater in Gdańsk. In 1999 she graduated from the III Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Bohaterów Westerplatte w Gdańsku (a high school). In 2006 she graduated from the University of Gdańsk in law. From 2004 to 2005 she studied at the faculty of Law of University of Salzburg.
She acted in the Association of Young Conservatives and the Conservative People's Party. In 1995 she participated in the mayor campaign of Hanna Gronkiewicz-Waltz. Since 2000 she has worked in the Gdansk AREOPAG organisation. In 2006 she was assistant of the mayor of Gdansk Paweł Adamowicz. In the 2009–2014 period she was working in the European Solidarity Centre, and in the 2014–2017 period in the Gdansk Economic Development Agency. She also participated in the preparation of UEFA Euro 2012 in Gdańsk.
In 2010 and 2014 she was elected as a city councillor in Gdańsk, being a candidate of the Civic Platform party, in 2014 she became the leader of the Civic Platform club in the municipal council. From 20 March 2017 to 14 January 2019, she was deputy mayor of Gdańsk responsible for the economic policy. During the local elections in 2018, she was the campaign manager of Paweł Adamowicz (then she suspended her membership in Civic Platform, which later expired). In this election, she received re-election in the city council, being a candidate of the Committee Everything for Gdańsk.
On 14 January 2019, after the murder of Paweł Adamowicz, she began to serve as mayor of Gdańsk. On 15 January 2019, she received a declaration from the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki that she would be the acting mayor until the election of the new mayor.
On 22 January 2019, she ran for the mayorship of the city of Gdańsk in the early elections held on 3 March 2019, and was elected with the 82% of the votes. She started her term on 11 March 2019, as first woman on this post.
Dulkiewicz is a single mother with a daughter named Zofia (born 2008). She declares herself as a Catholic.
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