Wojciech Martynowicz – Graduated from the Faculty of Sociology, University of Warsaw (1977) and post-graduate studies at the Intelligence Agency Training Center in Stare Kiejkuty (1979). He served as an intelligence officer (analyst and operations officer) and the I Department of the Interior Ministry, both in the Head Office and under cover. In 1990 after the fall of communism, Wojciech Martynowicz was “positively verified”, and – like so many Officers residing abroad – “discharged from service in result of the unit’s disbandment” and not admitted to the newly formed Office for State Protection (pol. Urzad Ochrony Panstwa – UOP).
In 1991-93 he gained experience in a polish private commercial company as well as at a Warsaw radio station and an insurance company. At the same time, he took specialized training in foreign trade and management based on materials and experiences from Harvard School of Business, organized by the Government of the Province of Valencia in Spain in support of Polish nationals hired by new companies on the market.
In 1993, at the request of SMT of the Office for State Protection, Wojciech Martynowicz was reinstated in the service, where he continued in different positions and in different places, including in the Intelligence Agency. Details of these activities pertaining to this period are not declassified as yet.
In 2007, he resigned, for family reasons, from active duty, without breaking ties with the subject as a matter for studies. For many years he was trainer and expert in the field of advanced techniques / analytical methods and working with information in circumstances of shortage of time and data. Apart from the Polish intelligence agency, his expertise was widely taken advantage of by other special services (also outside Poland), by the Polish Foreign Service and the Chancellery of the Polish President.
In 2006 he was invited to a closed, elitist international experts’ platform the Global Futures Forum (GFF), launched in the United States, bringing together more than 1,000 top professionals from academia, business and government agencies.
The GFF operates since 2005 and is responsible for analyzing global as well as transnational threats to security and stability. The Forum seeks the best methods in the area of strategic warning, prediction and prevention of the most serious threats. The GFF’s unique expertise is now available to the Foundation Po.Int. Its multidisciplinary methodological standards are mirrored in the Foundation, which you may get acquainted with here: METHODOLOGY