Kami is a Co-Chair of Trustees of the AI21C Foundation (registered charity number: 1173044) and runs its Advisory Arm, providing bespoke philanthropy and arts & culture strategies for individual clients, institutions and international companies (incl. family offices, collectors, artist studios, banks, museums, foundations, brands).

Kami is an advisor to the Line and Polish Cultural Institute, member of the Development Council at Turner Contemporary and of the Board of Directors at the Art.Network, a fintech-blockchain infrastructure for the art world.

Kami holds two MAs (Art History & Philosophy: Linguistics) and has lectured at King’s College London, Christie’s Education and Sotheby’s Insitute. Since 2022, Kami has been pursuing the Executive MSc in Social Business & Entrepreneurship at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), focusing on philanthropy, new business models, systems thinking and social impact.

Kami’s career in the art market and the arts & culture public sector spans over 15 years. At Sotheby’s and Christie’s, across offices in Europe, the UK and the USA, Kami handled all aspects of art collecting for their (U)HNWIs clients. At Tate and the Royal Academy of Arts, Kami led high-level fundraising, securing 7-figure grants and donations, and built an international network of patrons. Working closely with boards and navigating complex, cross-sector negotiations, Kami pioneered new governance structures, communication strategies, funding mechanisms and international partnerships.