Désirée Biehl has been assisting the European Academy seminar team since January 2017. The points of main emphasis in her work include the international visit tours which are carried out on behalf of the German Federal Foreign Office
Dr. Elisabeth Botsch is a seminar director at the Academy, and as such is responsible for initiating and planning seminars and other meetings held at the Academy. Her points of main emphasis include EU enlargement, governance, civil society, gender equality and non-discrimination.
In her capacity as project manager, Ute Böhr has worked at the European Academy Berlin since May 2008 and is responsible for coordinating and organising seminars and conferences, in particular the German-Tunisian Academy for good governance.
As project manager at the Academy, since September 2010, Claudia Fedur has been working at the European Academy Berlin organising seminars, continuing education courses and conferences. The main focus of her work is in the Academy for Good Governance and Empowerment in Europe (AGREE) project.
Amongst other tasks, Maria Herwig collaborates on organising the bi-national exchange programme for future experts known as 'likeminds: german-turkish junior expert initiative'. Before joining EAB, she worked as project manager at the Berlin and Brandenburg Section of Young European Federalists, a not-for-profit organisation.
Dr. Anneke Hudalla is a seminar director who deals in the first instance with German and European security and defence policy, as well as with domestic and foreign policy in the countries of central and eastern Europe.
Maria Maistruk has been employed since March 2016 at the European Academy Berlin. She acts as point of contact and coordinator for Ukrainian participants involved in the project known as the Academy for good governance and empowerment in Europa (AGREE).
Dr. Samuel F. Müller has been working at the European Academy Berlin as seminar director since June 2016. His main areas of interest include EU external relations, particularly with Middle Eastern countries and Turkey, as well as democratisation and social integration issues.
Ruth Nießen has been working as a project assistant at the European Academy Berlin since December 2014. She assists in, amongst other things, organising the German-Tunisian Academy for good governance which holds seminars several times each year as part of the German transformation partnership with the Republic of Tunisia.
As project manager, Ilona Rathert organises seminars, workshops, face-to-face and other meeting formats. In particular, she also organises 'Baladiya – new paths in urban development', a project for North African urban planners which was launched in 2013.
Johanna Sokoließ has been an advisor on civic education at the European Academy Berlin since Autumn 2017. Her range of activities includes designing and carrying out seminars, workshops and discussion meetings.