I believe in the potential--and the responsibility--of entrepreneurs to move beyond profit and provide solutions to the grand challenges of our time.
I believe in the power of collective action to create ideas, projects and solutions that would be impossible for individual actors.
I believe in the potential of every single one of us to make a difference.
I hold a Bachelor's degree in Management and Technology and a Master's degree in Sustainable Resource Management, both from the Technical University of Munich (TUM). I received my doctorate in 2018 from TUM School of Management for my dissertation on community-based entrepreneurship.
In 2018, I joined the Chair of Entrepreneurship and Technology Commercialization at EPFL where I am teaching and conducting research on community-based entrepreneurship, sustainable entrepreneurship, identity dynamics, and measuring entrepreneurial impact.