As a trained industrial clerk, with years of professional experience in the metalworking industry (purchasing, logistics, controlling, management assistance), I became the managing partner of the family business Cybercraft GmbH in 2009.
I am co-founder of the Coders.Care project according to the motto "Enabling people to share".
I am also the organizer of the TYPO3 User Experience Week in Festenburg and co-organizer of the Initiative Week.
Being an EAB-Member at first, I later joined the Board of the TYPO3 Association, currently being responsible for the Academic Committee, the Education Committee and our Memberships in other organisations like the CMS Garden.
I love to cook and bake for my family as well as trying out new things, being creative, reading and spending time with my dog and being in my garden.
I also love to share and network with the community and beyond. Unfortunately due to corona currently not live and in person.
Hence my latest passion in our corporate family project, bringing all four of us together, working on our own cooking channel on YouTube.
Therefore, I’m living the motto "Inspiring people to share" in my private life as well by sharing my recipes.
In 2010 I had my first real life contact with the TYPO3 universe and was captivated by the great community and the motto "inspiring people to share" and it hasn't let me go since.
By attending many TYPO3 events, camps, conferences, Developer Days, sprints and user groups I learned a lot about TYPO3 and met many great people from the community.
TYPO3 networking, onboarding of new participants and connecting people came up automatically and I really enjoy it.
My motivation for the board is to bring the non coders points of view into the association and therfore open up new perspectives.
I am happy to be approached as a TYPO3 Association Board member and to be visible in order to help and network. So don't be shy - I am looking forward to meeting you.
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