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Eric Poettschacher

studied cultural management and has been working for more than 20 years as a trailblazer in the creative industries. His extensive training and experience in organizational change and whole-systems-facilitation enable him to apply energy principles in manifold contexts, thereby crossing the standard boundaries of management practice.


Christina Rappich

has been working as a communications specialist since 1999 in agencies and companies for project management, graphic design and online media. Her experience as a yoga instructor and bodyworker allows her to discover the central meaning of energy on all levels.



Robert Hinsch

holds a Master's Degree in Business and Economics and has worked in venture capital in Germany and California, mainly in mobile, media, SaaS and EduTech. He has worked as a COO of the startup publishing house and Investment Manager for a venture fund. His main areas are supporting startups with business development and fundraising, and corporates with digital transformation.


Felix Rübcke

is decision process designer and systemic organizational developer with over 14 years of cross-sector practical experience to companies, public institutions and non-profit organizations. Felix is passionate about helping people and organizations realize their strengths and ideas. What drives him is the vision of an economy that makes the world more beautiful, more vibrant and therefore more livable.


Peter Bull

is a award-winning producer/writer/director of film & TV documentaries & former senior producer at NOW with Bill Moyers. Currently developing projects relating to energy, climate change, women's peace, mercury in seafood, and the evolutionary psychology of hate.




Prof. Dr. Marina Fischer-Kowalski

is Past-President of the International Society for Ecological Economics as well as founder and former director of the Institute for Social Ecology in Vienna. From 2002 until 2010, she chaired the Science Advisory Board of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.