Beata received her PhD from the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany in July 2010. In her dissertation, she analyzed the work of Bruno Schulz, a Jewish author, taking a gender perspective on literature and art at the intersection of Slavonic and German culture. She is also a graduate of the University of Freiburg (M.A in Slavonic, German and Romance Studies) and received an additional qualification in "Teaching German as a Foreign Language" in 2001 in Germany.
Beata has taught German as Foreign Language since 2002 as an instructor at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg SLI (Centre d Etudes des Langues// Language Teaching Center). In addition, she has worked at the IGA (International Graduated Academy), at the Goethe Institute in Freiburg and Düsseldorf, at the Bildungswerk of the archdiocese Freiburg, at the Volkschochschule (adult education center) in Freiburg and at private language schools such as the american non-profit Study Abroad Organisation IES (Institute for International Education of Students). During the summers of 2003-2007 Beata taught German teachers acquiring their Masters degree at the Millersville University Summer School (PA).
Born in Silesia (Poland), Beata's family escaped to Germany before the end of communist rule. She speaks six languages. Beata began painting in 1995 and since then has led an intense and creative dialogue with her artistic work. She has also worked in public relations for the European TV network ARTE.