After studying International Business in the Netherlands, I decided to strengthen my education in the field of sustainability which is why I went to Barcelona to pursue a Master’s degree in environmental, economic and social sustainability. I returned to Germany to work for the Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Agency for International Cooperation) and then joined another consultancy where I learned a lot about human rights and sustainable supply chains. Colleagues would describe me as: Reliable, organized, fun, empathetic
“Earth for All – a survival guide for humanity” as it addresses the systems change we need within our economy - currently based on exploitation and growth - to avoid our planet from collapsing. It does so by providing a vision of how to ensure the well-being and more equal distributions of wealth and power on our finite planet for ALL. At the same time, it outlines how to achieve socioeconomic transformation through five turnarounds. Computer modeling as well as contributions from leading scientists make this book a great read.
If you never try, you will never know.
I can stand and do all kinds of artistic things on a running horse (I competed in equestrian vaulting when I was younger)