Dr. Iwona Drąg Korga, born in Poland, came to New York in 1991 after graduating in MA in History from Pedagogical University of Krakow. From 1994 associated with the Pilsudski Institute of America, a research center for East-Central Europe, first as a volunteer, than from 1998 part time librarian, assistant to the President and since 2005 Executive Director. From 1996-2001 she served as a teacher and volunteer in the Polish Saturday School in Maspeth, NY In 2004 she received her Ph.D. from Pedagogical University of Krakow. Dr. Korga specializes in Polish-American relations during World War II, especially in propaganda and information policies. She takes part in international conferences, as well as gives lectures on Polish history for children, high school students and college students. In 2008 she graduated from Queens College (CUNY) with a Masters of Library Science degree. She wrote many articles for Polish-American newspapers and periodicals in Poland and USA; she is the author of the book: Poland Fights! Propaganda Activities of the Polish Government in Exile towards American Society 1939-1945 (2011). Dr. Korga is the recipient of the scholarship from the Kosciuszko Foundation in NY and Polonia Aid Foundation Trust in London. She is active in professional organizations: the Pilsudski Institute, the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences and the Polish American Historical Association.