Jolanta Gontarczyk- Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Husband, Ethnicity

Jolanta Gontarczyk

Jolanta Gontarczyk is presented as a Polish Secret Service Collaborator, Sociologist, Lecturer Human Rights Activist, and Politician. As a member of the Mazowieckie Regional Assembly, she has an excellent name. Jolanta served on the Voivodeship council as a deputy from 2001 to 2002. 73 years of age Mrs. Jolanta is also well-known in Poland for her position as vice president of the Association for the Development of Civil Society Pro Humanum.

Quick Facts

Real NameJolanta Małgorzata Lange
NameJolanta Gontarczyk
Human rights activist,
Secret collaborator of the Security Service
Age (as of 2023)73 Years Old.
BirthdateSeptember 18, 1949
Current ResidencePoland
Zodiac SignVirgo
Net WorthUSD 800K-950K (approx.)
QualificationPh.D. in Sociology
Alma materUniversity of Lodz

Jolanta Gontarczyk Age & Early Life

Jolanta Gontarczyk was born in Lodz, Poland as Jolanta Magorzata Lange. Her true date of birth is September 18, 1949. According to her Wikipedia entry, Jolanta was a student at the University of Lodz before working as a social worker, researcher, lawmaker, and in other capacities.

She continued to write on topics connected to various societal issues while she was a university student. When she was in university, she composed a master’s thesis on the equity of men and women in the same occupations. She went on to earn a Ph.D. in Sociology from the Institute of Pedagogical Research in Warsaw. After earning her Ph.D. and being given the moniker Dr. Jolanta Magorzata Lange, she started working as a lecturer at the Institute of Teacher Training in Lodz.

Jolanta Gontarczyk Height & Weight

In terms of body measurements, she is a pretty girl with an amazing and cool personality. Jolanta Gontarczyk is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs around 55 kilograms. She has a nice body figure and is in good health. Her hair is blonde, and she has hazel eyes.

Jolanta Gontarczyk


Jolanta Gontarczyk, who previously served as a lecturer at the Institute of Teacher Training in ód before relocating to Germany, has since held a variety of roles. Prior to Father Blachnicki’s passing, she was the head of ChSWN. She was also a representative of the Polish administration in exile in Carlsberg at the time. Gontarczykwas presented as Jolanta, the presenter of Radio “Free Europe,” after returning to Poland. She was involved in the Feminist movement while residing in Poland. Between 1991 and 1994, she worked as Secretary General for the Democratic Union of Women as vice president and member, where she advocated for the establishment of same-sex relationships.

As a lawmaker, she ran for the Sejm of the Republic of Poland in the third term, but lost with 5409 ballots. After receiving 11316 ballots, she was elected to the Mazowieckie Voivodeship Council in 1998. She was then defeated in her re-election bid for Councilor. Jolanta Gontarczyk was appointed assistant head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration’s Department of Public Administration in 2004. Jolanta worked on the Warsaw Variety initiative in 2010, which was disastrous for the LGBTQ community, people with impairments, and anti-discrimination education.

Her present position as vice president of the Association for the Development of Civil Society Pro Humanum is now divided. Not only that, but Jolanta is also recognized as a co-author of the 2004-2009 National Program to Combat Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance.

Jolanta Gontarczyk Husband & Marriage

Who is Jolanta Gontarczyk’s husband? Jolanta Gontarczyk previously married Andrzej Gontarczyk. In 1981, she met her spouse while he was working as the Manager of the Film Distribution Company “Gdynia” and “Wisa” theaters in ód. They filed for German citizenship after their marriage and were granted it in 1982.

While living with her spouse, they became acquainted with Fr. Franciszek Blachnicki, who led the Christian Service for the Liberation of Nations in Carlsberg. Jolanta and Andrzej joined the Carlsberg-based Christian Service for the Liberation of Nations. Later, her contributions to the ChSWN (Christian Service for the Liberation of Nations) in Carlsberg earned her the position of President of the ChSWN. In June 1985, she started working as an assistant, while her husband, Andrzej, became an adviser to Father Blachnicki. Let us inform you that Jolanta is now separated from her spouse. She is also the mother of two boys and works as a gynecologist.