One of the wonderful things about being self-employed is the freedom to choose to work for my business or to use my talents and resources without remuneration (pro bono). I have the honour to know and be trusted by amazing social entrepreneurs and political actors who are making a difference to the way society and democracy works. And I am grateful to be able to help them do this by providing my facilitation and consulting skills whenever I can.

Social Commitment
and pro bono activity


I support Ashoka because I admire their intelligent and visionary team, love their work ethic and, let’s face it, who wouldn’t want to work with some of the world’s most effective and innovative change-makers – the Ashoka Fellows?

More about Ashoka is run by a wonderful social entrepreneur, Katja Urbatsch, who has inspired me to deal with some of the issues I have with Germany’s education system: it doesn’t matter if you’re from a non-academic or foreign background, Germany’s schools and universities have a lot to learn about dealing with diversity and welcoming those unfamiliar with their “ins and outs” into the system.

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Teaching moderation to the Masifunde team and to the extraordinary school pupils who work at schools across the region. Masifunde Bildungsförderung e.V. strebt nach einer verteilungs- und chancengerechten Welt. Wir sind der Überzeugung, dass Armut am besten durch Bildung bekämpft wird.

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Dialogue in the Dark | Dialogmuseum Frankfurt

One of the world’s most renowned social entrepreneurs and Ashoka Fellows is Prof. Andreas Heinecke, the „dark master“ behind the well-known Dialogue in the Dark. I’m working with his sighted and non-sighted team to set their agenda for the coming decade. If you’re sighted, go and experience a dialogue or dinner in the dark and understand how non-sighted you can be and how disability really is in the eye of the beholder.

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I’m not politically affiliated, but keen to support some of the engaged and innovative politicians out there who are doing their best to bridge the gap between politics and society and enter into critical dialogue with citizens and their own members.