Position: Project manager

Email: caroline[at]





Caroline graduated in education sciences at the Free University of Berlin. During her studies, she gained work experience in project management and research. She has worked as research assistant in the Service Center for Research at the Humboldt University in Berlin and for the project “Gender Equality in the Egyptian Education System” at the Free University of Berlin. Further, Caroline was a scholar of the international parliamentary fellowship of the German Bundestag.
Caroline is working for CamP Group since 2015 and is managing a wide range of multilingual and international projects. Among other things Caroline designed and directed workshops for pedagogical professionals, children and young people, and non-profit organizations across Europe. Caroline has a profound expertise in qualitative research methods, evaluation development and analysis, and the implementation of needs assessment.

Project leads:

Fundraising qualification for the non-profit sector of Kreuzberg (2017/18)

“Gemeinsam.Sauber.Aktiv” – Making public space a livable place (2016/17)

Project for democratic school development “Wir sind erstklassig” (2016/17)

RespAct Summer Camp (2016)

Project assistance:

Conference „Migration and the public space“ (2017)

CamP Group Campaign for the Google Impact Challenge (2016)

Development of the girls’ sports curriculum for the GIZ Afghanistan (2015/16)

External projects of CamP Group:

Qualitative Evaluation for the Out-of-school Children Initiative, UNICEF (2017)

Sudan field visit for the UNICEF (2017)

Workshops on practice-oriented project work for participants of the International Parliamentary Scholarship Program for Arab countries commissioned by the German Bundestag (September 2017)

Project Evaluation “Tage des Handwerks”, Caiju e.V. Berlin

Qualitative Evaluation for the project “Neue Expert*innen” for „Haus der Kulturen der Welt“ (February-May 2017)

Coach at the European Social Innovation Academy Berlin (2016) and Madrid (2017)

RespAct-Workshops for “Sports or Development“ and “Inclusion of welcoming classes“ for sports teacher and Teach First Fellows in Bielefeld and Kienbaum (2017)







MA Education Sciences. Focus: “Study of Various Experiences and Perspectives on German Welcome Classes“, Grounded Theory, post-colonial theory, feministic theory. Free University of Berlin

BA Pedagogic Sciences. Focus: qualitative studies, The access of women to the Arab education system. DAAD scholarship. Free University of Berlin.