Ewa Wilke

Ewa was born and raised in Poland, Europe. She subsists on discovery. By the age
19, she moved to the States by herself to obtain an education and fulfill her “American dream.” She graduated with honors in Bachelors in Psychology and Masters in Criminology. Being on a student visa without a work permit brought many obstacles and challenges, which she overcame by getting involved in the non profit community. She thought, “if I can’t work for money, I will work for free, especially if I can make a difference in someone’s life.” The need to be philanthropic and to help others has been engrained in her since childhood. Back in Poland, her family runs a small non profit that provides assistance to unprivileged families. Ewa grew up in an environment, where serving others is second nature. She contributes by giving selflessly her time, influence, and resources. In 2017 Ewa received a Colorado Finest Award for philanthropic efforts and raising funds for Cystic Fibrosis research. Since 2014, Ewa has served on a local and national charities organizations’ Board of Directors and committee events. 

She is most passionate about children, unprivileged families, human trafficking, and health care. Ewa loves to travel, read books, horseback ride, and has a great appreciation for
arts. Her goal is to never stop improving and to create a life, where she can give
more effortlessly and positively impact others.