Regional coordinators from around the world strengthen the global Bosch Alumni Network

Jun 28, 2018

Last weekend, twenty Bosch alumni from a variety of RBSG programs and representing 18 regions came together at the iac Berlin “Community Space”. For the duration of one year they have been appointed “Regional Coordinators” of the network and play a central role in the decentralization process.

More than 80 people from the Bosch Alumni Network applied for the assignment earlier this year with a letter of motivation and a strategy sketch for their respective regions. A total of 52 people are now building eighteen local network structures, for example in China, North Africa, India and various parts of Europe.

As local contact points for network members, the "Regional Coordinators" connect alumni in their regions through activities and events and support the implementation of ideas. Thus, they contribute significantly to the further development of the entire network. Regional Coordinators are fulfilling their roles in a voluntary capacity and receive a budget for regional activities from the International Alumni Center (iac Berlin).

From June 22-24, as a starting point for the cooperation, the iac Berlin invited the local network representatives to Berlin to discuss what this role means and how local strategies can best be implemented in the respective regional context.

Over the next 12 months, concrete networking formats will be trialled and tested and further developed in close cooperation with iac Berlin. The regional coordinators are a valuable resource with their expertise and commitment from the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

 

Regional Coordinators during the kick-off meeting in Berlin.

 

List of Regional Coordinators:
(to get to a coordinators profile, just klick on the name)

First & Last Name Regional Coordinator for City/Region/Country
Ara Nazinyan Armenia Yerevan/Armenia
Aghavni Harutyunyan Armenia Yerevan/Armenia
Xin Song Brussels Brussels/ Belgium
Nino Ugrekhelidze Georgia Tbilisi/Georgia
Teona Dalakishvili Georgia Tbilisi/Georgia
Archil Gabatashvili Georgia Tbilisi/Georgia
Violetta Tsitsiliani Greece Athens/Greece
Ourania Mavriki Greece Athens/Greece
Marilli Mastrantoni Greece Athens/Greece
Stelios Voulgaris Greece Athens/Greece
Giorgos Monogioudis Greece Athens/Greece
Chrysa Petala Greece Thessaloniki/Greece
Szilvia Gellai Hungary Budapest/ Hungary
Flore Thoreau La Salle Italy Bologna/Italy
Hannah Weckemann Munich Munich/Germany
Maria Prahl Munich Munich/Germany
Samuel Kalika Portugal Porto/Portugal
João Rosa Portugal Aveiro/Portugal
Julian Gröger Romania and Moldova Chisinau / Moldova
Nicoleta Prostean Romania and Moldova Cluj / Romania
Ivan Molchanov Russia Moscow/Russia
Natalia Petrova Russia Moscow/Russia
Anastasiia Guliavina Russia Moscow/Russia
Alparslan Demir Turkey Istanbul/ Turkey
Cemre Ceren Asarlı Turkey Istanbul/ Turkey
Sergiy Yevteev Ukraine Kyiv/Ukraine
Alona Karavai Ukraine Ivano-Frankivsk/Ukraine
Yuriy Petrash Ukraine Lviv/ Ukraine
Martin Glažar Western Balkan Ljubljana / Slovenia
Ivan Fischer Western Balkan Zagreb/Croatia
Milica Bogdanović Western Balkan Podgorica/Montenegro
Ana Bogavac Western Balkan Podgorica/Montenegro
Ognyan Georgiev Western Balkan Sofia/Bulgaria
Irma Zulic Western Balkan Sarajevo/ Bosnia and Herzegovina
Una Hajdari Western Balkan Kosovo
Peter Hergemöller China Shanghai/ China
Wachira Waheire East Africa Nairobi/ East Africa
Marc Kwizera East Africa Ruanda
Lino Owor Ogora East Africa Uganda
Joshua Musasizi East Africa Kampala/Uganda
Deepak Ashwani India  
Namrata Acharya India  
Elsa Marie D'Silva India  
Rafik Boudjadja MENA Algeria
Radwan Ziadeh MENA Doha
Charlotte Watermann MENA Algeria
Lobna Jarraya MENA Tunisia
Fatiha Zanniby MENA Marocco
Abderrazak Bendali-Hacine MENA Algeria
Mustapha Selmane MENA Algeria
Mara Pillinger USA Washington D.C./ USA
Tjark Egenhoff USA Washington D.C./ USA


 

 


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