Alicia Pantermöller, Student Assistant

Alicia Pantermöller

Alicia Pantermöller supports the Borderstep team as a student assistant in the research area Sustainable Entrepeneurship.

Alicia is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Technical Environmental Protection at the Technical University of Berlin. Thematically, she focuses on sustainable development management and business management, recycling technologies and circular economy. Previously, Alicia completed a bachelor’s degree in this subject at the TU. Her focus there was on the topics of life cycle assessment and circular economy.

A StarTUp Monday of the Centre for Entrepreneurship at the TU Berlin sparked her interest in the topic of sustainable business management. Since then, Alicia Pantermöller has been enthusiastic about the start-up sector – an interest that she can actively contribute to the Borderstep project Score4Impact. The project aims to make climate protection investable in start-ups and develops an efficient and highly automated evaluation of start-ups with regard to their climate protection and sustainability potential.

In her free time, Alicia enjoys creative projects. These include acrylic painting as well as jazz and modern dance. In the kitchen, she focuses on innovation and enjoys testing Ayurvedic recipes.


Alicia Pantermöller
  • Student Assistant

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