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    Mariusz M. Brymora was appointed the Consul General of Poland in Los Angeles on September 7, 2013.

    Before coming to California, he worked as the Deputy Director of the Department of Public and Cultural Diplomacy of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs where he supervised the promotional activity of Polish diplomatic missions, including 23 Polish Institutes.


    Earlier he had served as the Polish consul in Chicago (1999 – 2003) and as public affairs councilor of the Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C. (2005 – 2009). 


    Consul Brymora is a graduate of the Faculty of English of Maria Skłodowska Curie University in Lublin, Poland, and holder of postgraduate diplomas in British Culture and History from Warsaw University and Ruskin College, Oxford (England). 


    Prior to joining the Foreign Service, he used to work as an academic teacher and translator of English. His literary translations include two short stories by Bernard Malamud published by Wydawnictwo Literackie in Kraków in 1989. From 1994 until 1998 he served as a councilman and deputy mayor of his hometown Radom, Poland.


    He is the recipient of Polonus award for activist of the year in the contest organized by Wietrzne Radio Radio Station for most influential people of the Polish community in Chicago (2002) and Golden Link Award awarded by Polish American Association for outstanding service to Polonia (2003), as well as the Bronze Good Citizenship Medal of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (2008).


    He is the co-author and editor of 400 Years of Polish Immigrants in America – the album published in 2008 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the first Poles’ arrival at Jamestown, Virginia. He also wrote a short history of The Embassy of Poland in Washington DC, published in 2009. While working in Warsaw, he supervised the screenplay and production of Polska?Tak! - a short documentary on Poland’s image as seen through the eyes of the world’s greatest cultural celebrities.  


    Apart from English and Polish, he speaks Russian and little Italian.


    Consul General M. Brymora is married. His wife Grazyna, a microbiologist by profession, accompanies him in his mission in California. They have two adult children – Filip, 26, holds a BA  degree in Government and politics from University of Maryland, and an MA degree in European Law from Utrecht University; Anna, 20, is a student of Psychology at Warsaw University.

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