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Besides running McParlin, Kasia currently serves as Editorial Director of Forbes Insights, the thought leadership practice of Forbes Media.

In 2010 she returned to New York after several months in Dubai as Director of Research and Operations at Forbes Middle East. She oversaw the launch of the international licensee publication, conceived and edited the editorial content for the debut issue, trained the research department and assembled two original regional rankings for the magazine, including Top 50 Newspapers Online in the Middle East and North Africa.

Previously, Kasia spent two decades at Forbes, where she rose from reporter to Chief of Reporters and then to Editorial Director of International Editions and Editorial Director of News Operations.  She covered personal finance, health care, corporate strategies and international business. She created and editedStaying Healthy,” a personal health section, and also created and edited “On My Mind,” a column of interviews with top executives about management issues. As Chief of Reporters, she was in charge of hiring reporters, as well as coordinating research and fact-checking assignments. As Editorial Director of  Forbes' International Editions, she oversaw ten foreign editions of Forbes, including Forbes China, Forbes Russia and Forbes Turkey.

Born in Poland, Kasia was an interpreter and researcher for Western media covering the rise of the Solidarity trade union and its challenge to communism in Poland in the 1980s. She authored a case study for the Fontainebleau, France–based INSEAD, and worked as a production assistant for the BBC at the United Nations in New York City.  She has also worked as an international consultant, aiding U.S. companies with their expansion to Eastern Europe. Over the last several years, Kasia has been studying creative nonfiction writing, and she is currently writing a memoir about being a stepmother.

Kasia has an M.A. in linguistics from the University of Warsaw, Poland, and an M.S. in journalism  from Columbia University in New York.