The well-being of every individual is our goal.
A human-centred economy is the future.
We believe that everyone deserves a positive work environment. We focus on building company cultures that allow people to make a contribution to a better world, to get things done, to learn, to take responsibility, to do what they love, to feel seen and valued, and to empower one another.
All together, we have lived in 10 different countries and speak 6 languages, some of which are local dialects that are not acknowledged by our home country. Some of us question their gender identity, so out of respect we avoid labels like “ladies,” “girls,” or otherwise. We have experienced mental health challenges. One of us is a PhD candidate and some of us were the first in their families to study. We have experienced harassment, faced discrimination, and been undervalued because of our gender identity, age, nationality, family status, cultural heritage or sexual orientation.
Our experiences guide us as we challenge the status quo to develop new ways of working together. That is our future.
Anne has a background in social entrepreneurship and History, and is specialised in areas of sexism and racism. Sometimes, she gets lost in her thoughts but that’s to be expected when it comes to tackling the big challenges of our times. She is passionate about intersectionality and loves spending time in the mountains with the resting giants.
Johanna loves to be able to work from anywhere and believes in the powers of global teams. As a progressive entrepreneur, she aims at finding ways to balance business rationale with impact, relationships and well-being. Fun fact, as a kid and teenager Johanna was very conservative when it came to food she didn’t know. Now, diversity is her world.
Laura studied Human Geography with a focus on the mechanisms of gender constructions and intersectional perspectives. She believes that ‘enduring the lack of solutions’ is hard but sometimes necessary. She believes that purpose makes social entrepreneurship a powerful tool in building company cultures and gender equality. Her favourite animals are otters.
At a young age, Sara already knew she wanted to be a world citizen. While travelling around the world, she realised that family goes way beyond biological boundaries. She can fit her entire belongings into one suitcase and is a self proclaimed Budget Travel Guru. As a language lover and a people person, her passion is envisioning inclusive digital marketing strategies.
Sheherazade is an empathetic and passionate advocate of gender equality and environmental sustainability. She believes it’s crucial to keep fighting even when the fight becomes uncomfortable. Keen to make her own impact, she founded an atelier where shoes can be fixed instead of ending up in the bin. She is inseparable from the watch her mum gave her.
With an innate passion for science and research, Isabelle believes that the future of work consists of inclusive organizations. Humorous and enthusiastic by nature, she sees each individual as a value creator. Against all typically German stereotypes she’d rather drink a good glass of wine than a mug of beer. Isabelle is also our go-to person when we need tips about Germany's most beautiful escapes.
Gwen is passionate about organisational transformation. As a systemic coach, she accompanies teams and organisations in the change process and helps them to become agile. Fascinated by new and alternative ways of collaboration, she questions the status quo and creates space for new ideas: that’s why she's not afraid of asking uncomfortable questions. Whenever possible, Gwen is up the rope climbing mountains.
Tiziano loves human beings. He could spend hours talking to people, listening to their stories, passions, feelings, fears, emotions. He talks to everyone, even to strangers on the bus, on the train, in shops. Sometimes he also works...focusing on organisational development. He has worked with permanent motor disabilities, innovation of assistive devices and inclusion of people with mobility impairments.