Get to know the team behind Abasha! All of us contribute to the goals of Abasha in voluntary work. 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!
Our board members
As 1st Board, Saskia is responsible for the strategy and external appearance of Abasha. In addition, she also takes care of Abasha’s marketing and regularly provides you with new information about the club on our blog and in the newsletter. Saskia currently studies business administration in Munich and works in online marketing.
As the 2nd Board of Abasha, Emmy takes care of internal and administrative tasks and coordinates donations from external partners. Apart from that she is one of the mentors for our partner project Dusty South Crew from Kenya. She studies law in Munich and works at the chair of international civil procedure law.
As treasurer, Livia is responsible for the bookkeeping and finances of the association. Additionally, she is the first contact person for our new members and ensures them a smooth onboarding at our club. Livia is currently doing her Master in business informatics in Munich.
As secretary Michelle is responsible for the execution and recording of the general assembly. Michelle is a law student at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich and also supports Abasha in legal matters. For her, education is a way to give people a voice.
Moritz is one of our two cash auditors and the founder of Abasha. He believes in the combination of sport and educational activities to create new perspectives for participants. He studied urban planning in Amsterdam and is enthusiastic about bikes for sport and transportation purposes.
Justus is our 2nd cash auditor. Furthermore, he coordinates a working group on project management and 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.
Our full members
Ada has experienced the positive effects of sports while supervising sports events at an elementary school. It is important to her that no one is denied access to education and sports. Ada studies law at the LMU Munich and takes care of all legal issues at Abasha.
Gregor is part of the mentoring team for CENEC. 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.
Tamara is part of our fundraising and recruiting team. She hopes that funding educational and sports projects for boys and girls will improve gender equality. Tamara is did her PhD in biophysics and is currently studying medicine at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich.
Viktoria is responsible for university marketing and fundraising 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.
Stefan supports Abasha in fundraising and networking. Stefan was a bike pro, with several international titles to his name. Now he teaches bike riding techniques and tests bikes for manufacturers and magazines. For him, sport and education are two important keys for a better world.
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.
Johannes is involved in the project management working group and mentors The Girls Future. He is convinced that team spirit and sporting ambition can move mountains. Johannes is doing his doctorate in biophysics at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.
Amelie is part of the project management team at Abasha. She has been involved in competitive sports since her childhood and wants to pass on her love of sports and all the benefits it brings, especially to young athletes. Amelie is currently finishing her Master’s degree in Consumer Science at the Technical University of Munich.
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 Berlin.
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.
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.
As part of the communications team at Abasha, Line creates content for the organization’s social media channels. She studies Communication Science and Psychology in Munich and is passionate about advocating for gender equality and equal access to education.
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.
Sandro 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.
Amelie has a great passion for numbers and studied business administration with an additional specialization in computer science at the Technical University of Munich.
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.
Magdalena is involved in the project management team and is one of the mentors for The Girls Future. She sees enormous educational potential in sports and many positive effects on the development of children and young people. She is studying health sciences at the Technical University of Munich.