Scholar, lecturer, and author. Former Senior Research Fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation who currently works on her doctoral dissertation about diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the Vatican with a focus on President Ronald Reagan and Pope Saint John Paul II. A recipient of numerous awards, including the Medal of the Commission of National Education by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and Special Recognition Award from the American Institute of Polish Culture. Author of Wind from Heaven: John Paul II – The Poet Who Became Pope and A Pope for All Seasons: Testimonies inspired by Saint John Paul II. She is also working on the monograph about Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski; the Primate of Poland and an anti-Communist giant. She lectures frequently on John Paul II, President Ronald Reagan, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, communism, diplomacy, Vatican, and other related topics. She also contributes to the National Catholic Register, Crisis Magazine, Zenit, Newsmax, and other media outlets. Her work has been featured by media outlets in the USA, South America, and Europe.