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Working in a technological environment was often very lonesome as a woman. At the College of Technology, in projects and at international conferences I was always outstanding.

The women with whom I had the pleasure to work with had excellent technology skills, mostly in combination with being very very modest. Something that I know from myself as well: First I had to graduate with distinction to become aware of my real potential.

Knowing about this often untapped potential - also of other people - I support female potential and networking of men and women. My objective is to create space for innovation and female management competence. Because it makes a difference when female power has a place in this world.

For a better wholistic future together!