Born in Poland, Dabrowski has over 40 years of communication experience on the union, division and world
church levels. A professional journalist, he is a graduate of Newbold College in England and Andrews University,
and served in the international structures of the Seventh-day Adventist Church since 1985. He
also led in the publishing ministry of the church in Poland.
During his professional international church work, Dabrowski was instrumental in establishing Adventist News
Network, the church’s news service, as well as the church’s corporate identity and logo. Before his retirement in
2013, Dabrowski was assistant to the president for marketing at the Lincoln, Nebraska-based
Christian Record Services for the Blind.
“Communication was a part of my life for as long as I remember. Returning to a more structured communication
service is exciting,” Dabrowski commented. “My involvement will build on the service of others before me in the
Rocky Mountain Conference.”
“There is so much we can do to recognize that every Seventh-day Adventist is a communicator. As members of
the community of faith we need to be more intentional with our presence in society at large and becoming more
visible. We should see each other as partners and ambassadors of the church we love,” he added.
Rajmund and his wife, Grazyna, moved to Longmont, Colorado last year. Their son, Michal, lives in nearby Louisville.