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Get to know the team behind Aba­sha! With Abasha’s struc­tu­re we can sus­tain our com­mit­ment on a sta­ble base and look for­ward to sup­port many young initia­ti­ves. We have dif­fe­rent pro­fes­sio­nal back­grounds and look for­ward to incor­po­ra­te our know­ledge into future pro­jects!

Moritz Kis­ten­fe­ger

As 1st Board Mem­ber, Moritz is respon­si­ble for the stra­te­gy and exter­nal appearan­ce of Aba­sha, as well as the sup­port of Drop and Ride in Kabul. He belie­ves in the com­bi­na­ti­on of sport and edu­ca­tio­nal acti­vi­ties to crea­te new per­spec­ti­ves for par­ti­ci­pants. He stu­dies urban plan­ning in Ams­ter­dam and is enthu­si­astic about bikes for sport and trans­por­ta­ti­on pur­po­ses.

Tamara Ehm Abasha

Tama­ra Ehm

As the second board mem­ber of Aba­sha e.V., Tama­ra takes care of inter­nal and admi­nis­tra­ti­ve tasks and coor­di­na­tes dona­ti­ons from exter­nal part­ners. Tama­ra hopes that fun­ding edu­ca­tio­nal and sports pro­jects for boys and girls will impro­ve gen­der equa­li­ty. Tama­ra is doing her PhD in bio­phy­sics at the Lud­wig-Maxi­mi­li­ans-Uni­ver­si­ty in Munich.

Ame­lie Tha­ma­sett

As tre­a­su­rer, Ame­lie is respon­si­ble for the book­kee­ping and finan­ces of the asso­cia­ti­on. She has a gre­at pas­si­on for num­bers and is stu­dy­ing busi­ness admi­nis­tra­ti­on with an addi­tio­nal spe­cia­li­sa­ti­on in com­pu­ter sci­ence at the Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty of Munich.

Kevin Kai­ser

In addi­ti­on to the role of 2nd tre­a­su­rer, Kevin is respon­si­ble for Abasha’s IT infra­st­ruc­tu­re whe­re, as the nerd for ever­ything, he takes care of mini­mi­zing the resis­tance of tech­no­lo­gy for the team. He is doing his doc­to­ra­te on radar algo­rith­ms and hopes to redu­ce the gap bet­ween the gen­ders in edu­ca­ti­on and sports through this asso­cia­ti­on.

Saskia Kuz­lik

In addi­ti­on to the 2nd cash audit, Saskia also takes care of Abasha’s mar­ke­ting and regu­lar­ly pro­vi­des you with new infor­ma­ti­on about the club on our blog and on social media. Saskia cur­r­ent­ly stu­dies busi­ness admi­nis­tra­ti­on in Munich and works as a copy wri­ter.

Jus­tus Fink

Coor­di­na­ting a working group on pro­ject manage­ment, Jus­tus leads efforts to impro­ve the call and selec­tion of new pro­jects at Aba­sha. A trai­ned mathe­ma­ti­ci­an and doc­to­ral can­di­da­te at ETH Zurich, he trusts the power of drawing and the real-life expe­ri­ence of his co-workers at Aba­sha to find out what makes pro­jects suc­cess­ful.

Vik­to­ria Ehm

Vik­to­ria is respon­si­ble for uni­ver­si­ty mar­ke­ting at Aba­sha and takes care of our pre­sence at events. She also takes care of inter­nal soft­ware solu­ti­ons at Aba­sha. Becau­se of her ongo­ing mas­ter stu­dies in com­pu­ter sci­ence she has the necessa­ry know­ledge for this task. As a pas­sio­na­te run­ner, she is hap­py to do a good deed through sport.

San­dro Stock

As secreta­ry San­dro is respon­si­ble for the exe­cu­ti­on and record­ing of the gene­ral assem­bly. He is a doc­to­ri­al can­di­da­te in mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring at the Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty Munich and con­si­ders free access to edu­ca­ti­on as the cor­ner­stone of a func­tio­n­ing socie­ty.

Anna Weiß

Anna is a mem­ber of the Fund­rai­sing team at Aba­sha. Through her role as an inst­ruc­tor in the DAV’s federal moun­tain bike tea­ching team, she knows about the momen­tum that sport can unleash in peop­le. She sees public awa­reness and inter­cul­tu­ral coope­ra­ti­on as the key to con­struc­ti­ve coope­ra­ti­on at eye level.

Carl Hie­ro­ny­mi

Carl is invol­ved in the pro­ject manage­ment team. The club’s cre­do to offer child­ren an alter­na­ti­ve with edu­ca­ti­on and sport he belie­ved is a gre­at idea sin­ce the club was foun­ded.

Michel­le Mau­rer

Michel­le is a mem­ber of the Fund­rai­sing team. She is sup­por­ting Aba­sha becau­se she sees equal oppor­tu­nities as an important com­po­nent of our socie­ty. Michelle’s ambi­ti­on is to con­tri­bu­te to a world whe­re ori­gins and cur­rent cir­cum­s­tan­ces do not deter­mi­ne what an indi­vi­du­al can achie­ve in the future.

Dia­na Huber

At Aba­sha, Dia­na is taking care of the social media chan­nels and web­site con­tent. After her bache­lor in Lon­don, she moved to Ger­ma­ny whe­re she keeps herself busy with lear­ning Ger­man. Dia­na is cur­r­ent­ly working in con­tent mar­ke­ting for an E‑Commerce com­pa­ny in Ham­burg.

Lucas Hil­le

Lucas is invol­ved in the pro­ject manage­ment team of Aba­sha and in the field of inter­nal qua­li­ty insuran­ce. He stron­gly belie­ves in the posi­ti­ve power of sports and is a doc­to­ral can­di­da­te at Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty Munich. Munich.

Gre­gor Böcher

Gre­gor is part of the pro­ject manag­ment team. He finds that sports in gene­ral have a big poten­ti­al, espe­cial­ly for the youth, for deve­lo­ping self-con­fi­dence and an ade­qua­te sen­se of respon­si­bi­li­ty. Both essen­ti­als for later peri­ods of life.


Join the Aba­sha Team and sup­port young sports and edu­ca­tio­nal pro­jects in dif­fi­cult cir­cum­s­tan­ces. With us you can make your com­mit­ment in a long-term and fle­xi­ble way — online!