Henrike Röse, Research Fellow, On Purpose

Henrike Röse

Henrike Röse is currently completing a six-month placement as part of the On Purpose Programme at the Borderstep Institute. Among other things, she is involved in the ScaleUp4Sustainability project in the Green Economy sector. The On Purpose programme helps experienced professionals to find their place in the socially and ecologically motivated sector.

Before joining On Purpose, Henrike worked in various marketing positions at Microsoft Deutschland GmbH and the Microsoft Regional Office in the MEA region. In the area of technical marketing, she most recently managed regional online and social media campaigns and developed new content management structures. The varied and creative projects, which were the result of working with different cultures in different countries, had a special influence on her. This also led to the desire to actively participate in social change through creative marketing for sustainable and social ideas.

Henrike is involved in environmental protection and education on a voluntary basis, for example through the Ausbildungsinitiative Hamburger Wirtschaft e.V. The association promotes the vocational training of applicants whose special requirements cannot be covered by the free training market.

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Henrike Röse
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