Leszek Drogosz was born in 1961. He graduated from the Warsaw University, Faculty of Law. Mr. Drogosz completed postgraduate studies in European Union Principles, Legal Regulations and Administration (the National School of Public Administration, Warsaw with Ecole National d’Administrative, Paris) and in Public Administration and Management (the Koźmiński’s School for Public Administration and Management with the Warsaw University, Faculty of Management), as well as multiple other courses in the fields of management, administration and environmental sector.

Mr. Drogosz is responsible for climate protection, energy and water and wastewater management in the Warsaw municipality. He has spent all time of his career working for City of Warsaw, particularly in supervising and management of city owned enterprises, like MZA Municipal Bus Company, Municipal Trams Company, Municipal Metro and ZDM Warsaw Road Authority, as well as MPWiK Warsaw Waterworks Company, SPEC District Heating Company and companies in solid waste management sector. Involved in implementation of several large and medium-sized European Union projects, e.g. co-financed from the EU Cohesion Fund. Long experience in work with NGOs, Warsaw’s representative in cooperation with the EUROCITIES Climate and Energy Working Group and the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, also Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Association of Municipalities Polish Network „Energie Cités”. One of designers and Deputy Chairman of Climate Protection Team established within the Warsaw City Hall, which is chaired by Mayor of Warsaw. Member of the Board of Partners in the Warsaw “E-Mobil” Cluster, working on behalf of e-mobility and other alternative propulsions. Member of the Supervisory Board of MPWiK Company. As the Director of the Infrastructure Department, Leszek Drogosz is responsible for overall implementation of the Sustainable Energy Action Plan, resulting from City of Warsaw joining the Covenant of Mayors, which was adopted on 8 September 2011.