- Operations manager
- Recreation & Leisure
I lived and grew up in Germany up untill age 15, when I started attending boarding school in the United States (Arizona, Florida) for a period of two years. Eventually, as my family had moved abroad, I started attending high school in Paraguay for a short period before completing my German high school diploma (Abitur) externally in an autonomous manner, studying independently and attending only written and oral examinations in Hennef, Germany.
Immediately after completing my high school diploma in Germany, I set off to the Principality of Monaco to study Business Administration for a period of three years. As part of my Bachelor studies, I completed a two-months long summer school in London with Inseec Business School, an internship and a part-time job in the back office of OnlyYacht Superyacht Insurance Monaco (Suisscourtage), and an intensive research project (bachelor thesis) along many other works and projects as part of my studies.
In between my Bachelor and Master degree, I travelled all across Europe by car with a group of friends, exploring many of Europe’s biggest cities, getting to know its people, culture and history. In addition, I walked part of the Camino de Santiago, a famous pilgrimage which allows for the exploration of Spain’s rural culture and history, as well as the encounter of many like-minded, spiritually-inclined pilgrims from all over the world.
Consequently, presuming my Master studies in International Management at IUM, I deepened my knowledge of international affairs as well as other management related subjects on a global scale. As part of those studies, I completed many projects related to current real-life economic issues, as well as a final work study for Monaco-based luxury company APM.
Upon the completion of all coursework at the university, I once again set out on the famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, for an extended period of two-months, starting in Bayonne, France and completing the pilgrimage upon arrival in Santiago de Compostella, Spain, covering a distance of nearly 1000km on foot.
Immediately after completion of the pilgrimage, I continued my exploration, traveling from Mexico to Panama by land on a three-month long journey, exploring the Central American continent, it’s food, people and ancient Mayan and Aztec culture, as well as the poverty and inequality that is ever visible. In order to get a better perspective of life in such conditions, I volunteered at a variety of destinations along the way, working with a number of international hostels in supporting the local communities and protecting the environment through numerous small projects.
Returning home, I resumed the final stage of my studies, independently conducting a research on the topic(s) of motivation and leadership, gaining insightful knowledge on human relationships and psychology, ultimately proposing my very own ‘Holistic Theory of Needs, Motivation and Leadership’ linking together many previous theories and concepts towards a more encompassing and holistic understanding of human motivation.
After the completion of my research thesis I set out to India, to complete a month-long 200-hour intensive multi-style yoga teacher training, in order to deepen my knowledge of Yoga and the science of controlling mind and emotions through controlling and extending the breath. In addition, I explored various parts of the subcontinent, including its food, culture and people during the second months of my stay.
After returning home, I quickly found additional volunteer opportunities in South America, in Peru and Colombia respectively, where I helped with daily tasks in support of the local communities and environment, as well as teach daily yoga and meditation classes to visitors from all around the world.
I currently live in Altos, Paraguay, independently teaching several Hatha, Ashtanga and Yin Yoga classes to a small group of local students weekly.
At the same time, I‘m actively looking for a new work opportunity/challenge, and I would ideally hope to relocate and work with you at your office in LOCATION.
My relevant skill set includes handling all kinds of administrative/organizatory tasks (e.g. accounting, logistics and scheduling), aspects of marketing e.g. handling clients, creating flyers/brochures, building a simple website (Wordpress), hobby photography and videography as well as support in human resource management.
My native language is German. In addition, I speak Engish and Spanish fluently. My French is decent, and I have had an introductory semester of Italian.
Assistant account executive
Only Yacht , Monaco - Internship
From May 2015 to September 2016
Superyacht Insuance located at the Yacht Club de Monaco Gallery
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
International University of Monaco
2013 à 2016
Completing my Bachelor studies in Business Administration at the International University of Monaco incl. advanced courses, an I nternship and a summer school abroad
Allemand - Native or bilingual proficiency
Anglais - Native or bilingual proficiency
Espagnol - Native or bilingual proficiency
Français - Limited working proficiency
- Yoga & Meditation
- Travel & Leisure