Małgorzata Golińska was born in Szczecinek in 1980.
She graduated from the Faculty of Forest of the Agricultural Academy in Poznań (with a major in Forest Management). She completed the post-graduate European integration – agribusiness and rural areas programme at the same university.
From the very beginning she was associated with the Szczecinek Forest District (RDLP Szczecinek), where she worked as a deputy forester, served as an arborist and was responsible for matters related to forest seeding. In 2011, she was appointed to the position of a forester.
From 2010-2015, she was a Szczecinek City Councillor, working in the Law, Legislation and Public Order Commission, as well as in the Economic Development and Self-Government Committee.
Since 2015, she has been serving as a Member of the Polish Parliament. She worked for the Sejm Committees for Environmental Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry, including the permanent subcommittee on waste management monitoring and the Committee on National and Ethnic Minorities. She was a member of the Sejm Commission for Local Government Authorities and Regional Policy, including a permanent subcommittee on local government finances and the local government system, as well as the National Defence Commission.
Currently, she is a member of the Council of the Foundation for International Solidarity and a Sejm and Senate delegate to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Sejm and Senate of the Republic of Poland and the Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania.