Secretary of State at the Ministry of Infrastructure, the Plenipotentiary of the Government for Solidarity Transport Hub for the Republic of Poland, Ministry of Infrastructure
He was born on October 2, 1981 in Gdańsk. He graduated in law as well as political science from the University of Gdańsk. After college
he has become an employee of the Baltic Container Terminal in Gdynia. Cooperating with the Republican Foundation, he has also functioned as an expert for local government and maritime affairs. He is the author of the “Wyprawa do polskości” book and many journalistic articles (eg. “Wiadomości Gdyńskie, “Nasz Dziennik” or “Rzeczy Wspólne”).
In 2006 he was elected as a councilor to the Gdynia City Council and held this post until 2015. During this period he became known as the creator of many initiatives and innovations for Gdynia, including expanding decision-making field of district councils, introducing participatory budget or revitalization of run-down areas.
In October 2015 he was elected to the Polish Parliament, receiving 10 546 votes. During the 2015-2019 term he was the head of the investigative committee on VAT frauds. He is the author of desideratum of the Maritime Affairs Committee which paved the way for key infrastructural investments in Gdynia, as well as of the report on VAT frauds between 2007-2015 which was a final statement of the investigative committee.
In 2019 parliamentary elections he was elected with 86 079 votes. At the beginning of the current term, in November 2019, prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki appointed him as the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Infrastructure, as well as the Plenipotentiary of the Government for Solidarity Transport Hub for the Republic of Poland. He holds both offices to this day