Since June 2007 I'm part of the team
In July 2006 I returned from Cambodia, where I worked on an environmental protection project for ten months. My head was still full of all the impressions and experiences of these months, but my heart was already looking for a new adventure. Crossing America - North to South? For the time being, however, the mind prevailed. I returned to my job as a business consultant at Accenture and was initially happy about the results-oriented work in a motivated team - how I missed that in Cambodia. But the quiet lasted only a short time. When I accidentally stumbled upon an announcement of Günter's slide show, I decided without further ado: “I want to go with you”. I wrote an e-mail with the subject: "I'll come with you". He was not at all enthusiastic. But with my résumé - the adventurer has always been in me - and my persistence, I was finally able to convince him to take me with him.
Born 1973 in Vienna. Study of business administration at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, doctorate in environmental economics. Training in supervision and coaching at the ÖAGG. Several years of experience as a consultant in the area of change management, communication and training at Accenture, an international management consultancy. Part-time work as a travel journalist and photographer. Development worker in Cambodia from September 05 to July 06. The aim of the project is to protect Lake Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia and the livelihood of over a million people. (Tonle Sap Sees)
Passionate traveler with a great interest in foreign countries and cultures. I traveled to New Zealand, Australia, Greenland, Tibet, Nepal, India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Ecuador, Cuba, USA and within Europe. Lover of nature. Mountaineer. Climber. Adventurer. Photographer.