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Advisory Board OYW 2021 Munich


A broad spectrum of political, educational, and cultural influencers

Throughout the year, the Munich Advisory Board works closely with One Young World to ensure the Summit has the maximum positive impact on participating delegates and the City of Munich.

The world has faced big challenges during this global pandemic that has caused one of the biggest crises of our century. All the more reason for the OYW Summit 2021 in Munich to show the world how vital the work of young leaders is in this time of uncertainty and change. The support and advice of the Advisory Board members is now more important than ever.

The Advisory Board represents a broad spectrum of political, educational, and cultural influencers.
 

Members of the OYW Munich Advisory Board:


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Clemens Baumgärtner

City of Munich, Head of the Department of Labor and Economic Development

Clemens Baumgärtner studied law and European and international business law (LL.M. EUR.)  at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. From March 1st, 2019 he has served as Head of the Department of Labor and Economic Development at the City of Munich. As such, he's the first port of call for players on the labor market and in the business community.

 

 

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Jenny Bofinger-Schuster

Siemens AG, SVP Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility

At Siemens, we define sustainable development as the means to achieve profitable and long-term growth. Jenny Bofinger-Schuster (SVP Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility) is the driving force of this sustainability approach based on our company values – responsible, excellent, innovative.

 

 

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Matthias Gilch

City of Munich, Deputy Head of Office, Mayor Katrin Habenschaden

Matthias Gilch, 29, is Deputy Head of Office for Munich's Second Mayor Katrin Habenschaden. He studied Political Science with a focus on Sustainability Management and International Development. As a former CSR Consultant he is now dedicated to building an international reputation for Munich as a center of green economy.

 

 

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Johannes Hauner

Süddeutscher Verlag, Managing Director Digital Media

Johannes Hauner, 37, Managing Director at Süddeutsche Zeitung. He studied economics and is passionate about journalism. Johannes supports SZ’s digital transformation and recently co-led a team to adjust its strategy. His desire is to define sustainable models for the future of independent media.

 

 

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Ilka Horstmeier

BMW Group, Board of Management, Human Resources and Labour Relations

As member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, responsible for Human Resources and Labour Relations, Ilka Horstmeier takes the BMW Group’s responsibility for society and the environment seriously and makes commitment in these areas a priority.

 

 

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Annette Kümmel

ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE, Chief Sustainability Officer

Annette Kümmel, chief sustainability officer at ProSiebenSat.1, is responsible for overseeing all new and existing sustainability initiatives. ProSiebenSat.1 also joined the United Nations (UN) Global Compact, which requires a commitment to its principles in the areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment and climate, and the prevention of corruption.