Our Team


Daria Jaranowska - Managing director

Daria Jaranowska has a Master degree of Polish Philology with pedagogy and journalism from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun in Poland. During studies she was working in student’s television as a journalist, presenter and finally as a coordianator a weekly news. During Erasmus foreign practicies Daria Jaranowska was working for Spanish media and Segovia European Capital of Culture 2016.  As a qualified teacher she was working in one of the schools in London. Afterwards, Daria Jaranowska did her European Volunary Service in Bürgerhaus Bennohaus in Münster as a journalist, camera operator, presenter, video editor and an organizer.
E-mail: dj[at]youth4media.com
Agnes Horvath - Managing Director
Agnes holds degrees on international relations (BA) and intercultural psychology & education (MA). She spent a couple of years working as a project coordinator in the international Research & Development field, though she could not completely resist the call of the non-profit sector: she had been involved in the daily work of several youth organizations focusing mostly on community building and international volunteering. She was a programme coordinator at the Hungarian National Agency for Erasmus+ Youth, dealing with mobility and strategic partnership projects. Besides the application management and consultancy, she was also involved in the coordination and implementation of international training activites for youth workers, trainers and multipliers. Agnes joined Youth4Media in May 2015.

E-mail: ah[at]youth4media.com


European Volunteers:

Beata Jaranowska gained her MA degree in English Philology with pedagogical preparation. In 2015 she finished a course in oligophrenopedagogy. From 2008 till 2016 Beata was a teacher of English and conducted additional classes for children with mental disabilities in primary school and junior high school in Poland. She took part in many EU projects as a participant (Germany, Finland, Israel) and as a trainer (teaching English to children, youth, adults and seniors). Beata can't imagine her life without travelling, learning and meeting new people so she decide to do her European Voluntary Service in Y4M. She started in September 2016 and will stay with us for one year.

Sabela González García has a BA degree in journalism from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) in Spain and Anadolu Universitesi in Turkey. During her studies at the university, Sabela was working in different online magazines and newspapers, and as a presenter in a weekly radio program. During her Erasmus, she worked for a year on her bachelor thesis focusing on the social and political conflict between Turkish and Kurdish in Turkey. Before doing her master in Politics and Human Rights in Madrid, Spain, Sabela is doing her European Volunary Service in Münster as a journalist, a camera operator and video editor.