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Hertie School of Governance


Hertie School of Governance

Combining 10years+ experience in management of international programmes, projects and policies at the heart of EU politics with a passion for learning and development, I have had the privilege to gain experience across the non profit, public, academic and the private sector. This has forged my ability to address issues from various angles and viewpoints and has allowed me to develop a well-knit and robust network across these sectors.

My deeply rooted motivation for putting my skills and competence at the service of developing people and organisations has led me to look out for opportunities to train, teach and develop capacities in all my assignments, be it as full time occupation, as visiting lecturer or as volunteer.

Finally, an enthusiasm for languages and communication completes my profile: I enjoy working in English, French, Spanish and German at least as much as developing my abilities to add more languages in the years to come...

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