Daniel Gummert is currently working on his Master Thesis for the M.A. Program in Peace, Security, Development, and Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck. His special interests lie in Storytelling, Commemorative Work and Political Education. Based in Southern Germany and Austria, Daniel spends his free time hiking, skiing and reading everything he can get his hands on.
Julia Felicitas Michel is a graduate of the MA Program for Peace Studies at the University of Innsbruck. Julia is all about change - throughout her studies, she studied and lived in eight different countries spread over three continents. She recently decided to settle down in Germany after seven years of being a learning-nomad. Despite settling down in one place for now, she turned change into her profession and currently works as a consultant for business transformation and organizational development.
Marc Häusler is a current student of the M.A. Program in Peace, Security, Development, and Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck. He is often locked up in his thoughts or has his head in the clouds - a dreamer. When he is grounded he likes to dance or find a boulder to climb, one might say, he is always trying to get to the sky.
Minke Sijbrandij is a current student of the MA Program in Peace, Security, Development, and Conflict Transformation at the University of Innsbruck and will soon start working on her thesis. She loves to express herself through singing, dancing and writing, and is passionate about social justice issues, nonviolent communication and community living. Reading is one of her favourite things to do and she can often be found with a captivating story or a book on a topic she wants to learn more about.
Stefania Kerschbaumer is a language teacher at the evening high-school in Innsbruck. In Innsbruck she is also engaging in her thesis for the MA Program in Peace, Security, Development, and Conflict Transformation. She enjoys foods and texts that are communally and lovingly prepared and savored, sometimes accompanied by a glass of wine and followed by a cup of coffee. Whenever possible, she likes expressing herself with inks and brushes as well as falling asleep to Jane Austen’s novels. Her favorite word is both.
Suzanne Sontag looks forward to completing her thesis for University of Innsbruck’s Peace, Security, Development, and Conflict Transformation M.A program in the next year. When she is not reading and writing for her thesis, Suzanne enjoys trail running, drinking coffee, going on adventures, and getting crafty. Suzanne has a passion for listening to youth voices tell their stories and working in the field of experiential education.