September 28, 1974 (49)
Martyna Wojciechowska is a Polish television presenter, journalist, traveler, and author, renowned for her role as the host of the popular travel show “Kobieta na krańcu świata” (Woman at the End of the World).
Wojciechowska’s career encompasses significant roles and achievements in both television and print media. As the host of “Kobieta na krańcu świata,” she has explored various cultures and stories from around the globe, bringing them to a wide audience. Her work in journalism extends to her role as editor-in-chief of “National Geographic Poland,” where she has overseen the publication of numerous impactful stories. Additionally, her authorship of several books on travel and empowerment reflects her diverse talents and commitment to storytelling and exploration.
In her career, Martyna Wojciechowska has engaged in significant collaborations that have shaped her work. Key figures include fellow journalist and explorer Kinga Choszcz, with whom she shared insights on global travel. Her partnership with photographer Tomasz Tomaszewski on National Geographic assignments brought depth to her storytelling. Collaborating with ethnographer Malgorzata Frymus enhanced her understanding of indigenous cultures. Wojciechowska also worked closely with environmentalist Andrzej Bargiel. Her interactions with filmmaker Eliza Kubarska and mountaineer Krzysztof Wielicki further diversified her experience, adding substantial value to her projects and deepening the audience’s engagement with her explorations.
Martyna Wojciechowska’s work in journalism and television has earned her notable awards and distinctions. She was named “Woman of the Year” by “Glamour” magazine in Poland, recognizing her influence in media and exploration. Her environmental documentary series, “Kobieta na krańcu świata,” won the “Telekamery” Tele Tydzień award for Best Documentary Program, highlighting her role in promoting global cultural and environmental awareness. Additionally, Wojciechowska received the “Traveler of the Year” award from National Geographic Poland.