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Dr Anna Herrhausen was appointed Executive Director of the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft in 2016. Having previously been an active member of the board of trustees, she was already familiar with the organisation’s work and aims. As Executive Director, she is responsible for strategy and programme development as well as developing and maintaining relations with other organisations and institutions. Anna Herrhausen previously worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company and in the Corporate Responsibility division at Allianz Group. She joined Deutsche Bank as a Director in the Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility department in 2014. She studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University, has a master’s degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and a doctorate in International Relations from the Free University of Berlin. Anna Herrhausen is a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) and sits on the Hertie School’s board of trustees. In August 2020 she assumed an additional role as head of Deutsche Bank’s Art, Culture and Sports department.

anna.herrhausen@db.com

Harald Eisenach has been Executive Director of Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft since 2021. As Head of Corporate Bank Region East, Spokesman of the Regional Management Region East and member of the Management Committee Germany of Deutsche Bank, he contributes the perspective of numerous companies to the work of Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft. Harald Eisenach holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Wales. He started his career at Deutsche Bank back in 1982 in the Corporate Clients/Foreign Business division. Since then, he has worked in various areas of the bank in Germany and abroad, including London and Tokyo. He is Deputy Chairman of the East German Banking Association and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Technology Foundation Berlin, the Forum for Future Energies and of Deutsche Gesellschaft e. V.

harald.eisenach@db.com

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Elisabeth Mansfeld As an enthusiast and engaged for change in societies she drives and seeks to create continuous impact at the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft.

Certified as expert in sustainable finance at Frankfurt School of Business, she managed 5 years the Cities programme at the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft. She spent nine years as project manager in the Chief Operating Office of Deutsche Bank’s Asset Management Division. As an expert on microfinancing, she has supervised projects in China and Mexico. In addition to her focus on economics, she has also had a keen interest in transformation of societies in on a urban and geopolitical level ever since her time studying at the University of Mannheim and the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milan.

Supported through additional training as an NLP Master, her passion is enabling and engaging with people towards systemic, sustainable transformation processes.

elisabeth.mansfeld@db.com

Matthias Weber has been thinking forwards at the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft since 2017. Before joining the team, his professional background as a marketing and communications economist led him first to the insurance industry as Head of Communications and then to the Berliner Bank. He also lectured on marketing and communication in the insurance industry at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. With additional training as a systemic coach and in Theory U, Matthias Weber's passion is accompanying systemic, sustainable transformation processes.

matthias-b.weber@db.com

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Sophia Hofer joined the team at the end of 2019 to advocate for an open, liberal society and to help shape democratic discourse. She studied Communication Science in Erfurt and holds a master's degree in Political Communication from Goldsmiths, University of London. After first working experiences in journalism, among others at ZEIT ONLINE, she most recently strengthened young perspectives in German European and foreign policy at Polis180.

This is what moves me: social justice, feminism and the question of how many books you can read at once.

sophia.hofer@db.com

Alexandra Hunger joined the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft in 2019. She completed her Master of Arts in Philosophy & Economics at the University of Bayreuth with a thesis on the Social City Programme at the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and Housing. Her studies took her to France and the United Kingdom. At the AHG, she is engaged and interested in urban diplomacy, contemporary transatlantic relations and conditions for opportunity-rich structural change.

This is what moves me: pragmatic steps towards a world full of opportunities, how we will live and work in the future - and bachata.

alexandra.hunger@db.com

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Antonia Marx supports the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft as project manager since 2019. After her bachelor's degree in Communication and Cultural Management at Zeppelin University and a stay abroad in Spain, she completed a master's degree in sociology with a focus on organisational sociology at the University of Heidelberg and further training as a systemic consultant and therapist. She is passionate about social cohesion and actively shaping a free, democratic, market-based society and a future worth living for all.

This is what moves me: issues of equal opportunities and social cohesion.

antonia-a.marx@db.com

Milad Tabesch is accompanying the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft as part of his Professional Year. He is currently studying Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin and completed his bachelor's degree in European Studies and Law in Osnabrück and Auckland. He spent further study visits as a Fulbright and DAAD scholarship holder in San Antonio and Dushanbe. He gained his first professional experience at the EU Commission and the German Bundestag.

This is where we have to think change: Our society can only change if it sees itself as such. We have to promote tomorrow's issues today and contend with each other to find the right balance. This requires, among other things, more participation by citizens.

milad.tabesch@db.com



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