As a trained international ecosystem and global change manager, I have worked internationally for the past ten years on my graduate studies, the German government, the European Union, the Church, as well as numerous NGO’s and global front-runner companies. I worked on policy, strategic-system dynamics, deep democracy & human empowerment throughout South, Central and North America as well as in most of the EU. Since 2009 I am a visiting lecturer in the study program «Global Change Management» at the University of Applied Sciences in Eberswalde. I am teaching courses on practices and methods of scientific action-research, psychology of global change agents, Systemic Stakeholder Relationship Management, Ecosynomics and systems thinking. Furthermore I am supervising M.Sc. and B.Sc. thesis projects with the chair of socioeconomics and communication. Since 2011, I am working as a consultant for IFOK in the areas of strategic-systemic change, Ecosynomics, stakeholder relationship management and system dynamics. The main focus of my projects lies in the intersection of the three sectors. Currently I am facilitating structural change by applying strategic system dynamics in global operating organizations that lead their sector. My full presence is achieved when I am with my Dutch wife and our Mexican daughter Nora-Nayeli. In my free time, I study the interrelations of different professional traditions and I am addicted to George R.R. Martins fantasy epos “A song of ice and fire”. I am a co-founder of a German-Bolivian rural integration NGO and conduct free seminars and workshops such as gender and leadership, collaborative working and team innovation.