PhD student at the Lucerne Graduate School in Ethics (LGSE) at the Institute of Social Ethics (ISE) at the University of Lucerne with a research project on agile management methods from an ethical perspective (academic advisor: Prof. Dr. theol. lic. phil. Peter G. Kirchschläger; working title of the dissertation: "Ethics through 'Agile'? A business ethics study for people and organizations"); since 2020
Doctoral fellow of the Hanns-Seidel-Foundation and group spokesperson of the Munich university group of the Hanns-Seidel-Foundation; since 2020
Lecturer for business psychology (Master of Science) and mentor for bachelor students at the University of Applied Sciences Fresenius Munich; since 2019
Further education: business trainer & change management consultant; 2019
Design thinking trainer; since 2015
11 years of work experience in an international reinsurance group (in Munich, Zurich, Geneva and London) ¬– thereof 5 years of work experience in the human resources area (especially international staff, management and organizational development); 2007-2018
Studies in economics and organizational sciences at the Universität der Bundeswehr München (2011-2012: Master of Science; 2007-2010: Bachelor of Science; majors: development of sustainable organizations, economics and law of the global economy, industrial and organizational psychology, international management, human resources management).
Insurance and finance practitioner („Kauffrau für Versicherungen und Finanzen - IHK“); 2007-2010
Tutor for business mathematics at the Universität der Bundeswehr München; 2008
Membership: Deutsches Netzwerk Wirtschaftsethik – EBEN Deutschland e. V.; since 2020
Research and teaching focus
- Business, corporate and leadership ethics
- Agile methods (especially design thinking)
- Current topics in industrial and organizational psychology
- "Ethics through 'Agile'? A business ethics study for people and organizations"