With more than a decade of experience in business and management, Martin P. Mieloszyk currently heads L’Marc International, Inc. He is a member of the Polish-American Congress and the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union. Mr. Mieloszyk also serves on the board of the Polish & Slavic Center.
Founded in 1972 by Reverend Longin Tolczyk, the Polish & Slavic Center aimed to support the cultural heritage of the local Polish and Slavic communities. It also sought to promote the values of family, labor, education, patriotism, and the nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage.
Five years after founding the center, Reverend Longin established the Polish & Slavic Federal Credit Union to further bolster his mission. This credit union proved so popular that it became the largest ethnic credit union in the United States.
Today, the Polish & Slavic Center continues to uphold Reverend Longin’s vision, offering numerous free programs from its two locations in New York. It has also grown to become the East Coast’s largest Polish-American organization.