I am Katrin Kuhla from Germany, Bavaria (the Oktoberfest region).
In our project I am the consortium leader. That means that I coordinate the whole project and I am responsible for the money issues with our donor (the EU).
I am passionate about making projects. I am keen on taking responsibility for people, money and processes. Since many years I’ve been responsible for projects in the sector migration, integration and diversity. E.g. I was a project leader for a project fostering the interreligious dialogue in Germany, I worked for the German ministry for families being responsible for projects combating Antisemitism in Germany and I am working as an intercultural trainer since over ten years, especially in the social sector.
I do this work because I am grateful to live in a society in which diversity is possible. Because I know from deep inside that peace is not just given. Humanity needs to be fought for. With other people and with yourself. Over and over again.
I am from a family which is strongly affected by the “Seven crazy years” in Germany (1938 – 1945). Facing the issues of migration, perpetrator and victim of that time is my inner motivation for my commitment now. With my family, including two little sons, I am living in the Fünfseenland, in the west of Munich.
I am looking forward to meeting you all and share an empowering process with you all!