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  • Born on 8 January 1969 in Vienna
  • Nationality: Austrian
  • Grew up in Vienna
  • Married to Wolfgang, has one son (Leonardo) and a lady dog named Curly
  • Studied at the Sigmund Freud University: coaching, HR development, organisational development
  • University-qualified trainer for adult education
  • Certified DISG/persolog trainer
  • Studied abroad at the University of California San Diego
  • Personality developer, trainer and coach

Career so far

  • Qualified assistant in the hotel and hospitality industry
    Tourotel****, Vienna
  • Conference manager
    Scandic Crown Hotel****superior Vienna
  • Executive assistant
    Round Table Conference Hotels, Vienna
  • Sales manager
    Hotel im Palais Schwarzenberg*****, Vienna
  • Sales Manager, Group Sales Manager
    Hotel Imperial, Hotel Bristol*****de luxe and the Palais Ferstel event location, Vienna
  • Conference and banquet manager
    Radisson SAS Palais Hotel Vienna
  • Food and beverage manager
    Radisson SAS Palais Hotel Vienna*****
  • Executive assistant
    Hotel Das Triest*****, Vienna
  • Hotel director and manager
    Hotel Das Triest*****, Vienna
  • Trainer for conos gmbh
  • Freelance management consultant for organisational development, trainer, coach
  • Cooperation: diavendo trainer

Pursuits and passions

I’m a passionate host – not only at work, but also at home. My husband and I love to spend evenings with our friends and children, cooking, eating, drinking and relaxing together, enjoying life and its pleasures. I get my positive attitude to life, my cheerfulness and my energy from the sea, my travels, the mountains, the countryside and while out running. That’s why I’m very thankful that love brought me to Bad Vöslau in Lower Austria.

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Training, seminars, workshops, educational courses: these terms are usually – but not always – used correctly. There are very clear differences between these career development measures and yet they all have a common goal:

to develop and nurture people.

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