Magdalena is a lawyer, a long-time internal auditor in local authority entities, and an external auditor. She holds the following certifications: Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) (I and II, III pending), and the internal audit certificate of the Minister of Finance. She is, currently, a Board Member of a municipal company, carrying out roads-related projects for public administration. She graduated with an MBA from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, and the School of Banking (Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa). She has also graduated with a post-graduate degree in internal audit from the Wrocław University of Economics, participated in numerous training programmes offered by Ernst & Young Academy of Business, including CIA courses, as well as graduating with a post-graduate degree in project management from the Wrocław School of Banking, in collaboration with Mandarin Mandarine Project Partners.
She is a practitioner, author, and trainer in numerous training programmes on managerial control, road investment project control in the public sector, internal control, risk analysis and internal audit, including control and audit methodology. She teaches courses in internal audit, and internal control and risk management, at more than 5 Polish universities, including: The Academy of Finance in Warsaw, the Kraków University, and Poznań University of Trade and Accounting. Her knowledge, experience, and years as a practicing professional, have resulted in her receiving the highest student satisfaction grades for her training programmes and post-graduate courses.