Senior PR Consultant & Key Account Manager
What not everyone knows about me (now, of course, they do):
Bookshops have a strangely calming effect on me. I just like the sight of bookshelves up to the ceiling, the smell and feel of new books. Somehow I've always seen myself in my own little bookshop, like in the Hollywood film "e-m@il for you" with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks. Who knows, maybe I was a very well-read bookseller in a previous life.
And another thing: I'm a Bruce Willis fan. I'll let that go without comment.
If I were a piece of furniture...
...then probably a big dining table: family and friends are sitting around me, enjoying delicious food and drink, celebrating birthdays, Christmas or simply life together. They have good conversations - sometimes quiet and profound, often just loud, funny and all mixed up. They have fun and are happy to be together. And I am in the middle of it, listening and grateful that they are there.
Was there a life before GOOS COMMUNICATION?
Professionally, I grew up in Hamburg agencies. After my studies in Göttingen, I came to the most beautiful city in the world for my traineeship and stayed. I have worked in small and large agencies for companies with small and large budgets. As diverse as the agency landscape is, so were the industries of my clients: from drinks to tourism, via e-commerce, health insurance and logistics, to insulation, construction and housing, and much more.
What I do for GOOS COMMUNICATION
What I do best: communicate. I like to exchange ideas with other people orally and in writing. For me, this includes above all listening and perceiving the needs of the other person, no matter whether it's a customer or a colleague. If good stories emerge from this exchange, I've done a good job.
What do I do when I am not working for GOOS COMMUNICATION?
My son is of primary school age, which means his hobbies are (still) also my hobbies. He plays hockey in the city park and I take him there regularly for training. I love the club life, the team cohesion is unique - among the children and the parents.
Whenever I leave Hamburg, I'd rather go to the sea than to the mountains, to the sun than to the snow, and I'd definitely rather go with the van to a holiday flat or camping than to an all-inclusive club holiday. For years we have been going to Fehmarn with friends on Ascension Day for "glamping", i.e. camping with parrot fairy lights, a curry sausage machine and Aperol Sprizz.
What is a typical dish that I like to prepare myself?
Königsberger meatballs. Not only does it taste delicious, but stirring the sauce also has something meditative about it.