Tomasz Wróblewski is the CEO at the Warsaw Enterprise Institute, journalist and publicist. Creator of such titles as “Newsweek Polska” and “Forbes Polska”. He started his professional career in the United States. After graduating from the University of Houston, he cooperated with Newsweek and the Washington Post. He was a correspondent in Washington for Radio Free Europe, and after 1989 for independent Polish media. He created, among others, the Washington Bureau of RMF radio.
After returning to Poland he was successively: the director of the RMF antenna, deputy chief of “Wprost” then, chief of “Newsweek Polska” and “Forbes”. Vice President of the publishing house “Polskapresse”. Subsequently he became the editor-in-chief of “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” and “Rzeczpospolita”.
He lectured at Collegium Civitas. He was a co-host of the program “Ekonomia raport” in Telewizja Republika, and hosted an economic programme “Rządy pieniądza” in Polish Radio 24. Currently he is running his own podcast “Wolność w remoncie”. His numerous publications include the book „Bill Clinton – ani chwili do stracenia”, „Pisać Skutecznie” i artykuły na łamach „Polityki”, „Wprost”, „Newsweek US”, „Washington Post”, „Wall Street Journal”.