Pavo Kröger, Student Assistant

Pavo Kröger

Pavo Kröger supports the Borderstep team as a student assistant in the field of communication and public relations as well as in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship. She is part of the StartGreen editorial team, which manages the portal of the same name for the green start-up scene.

She is currently studying Cultural Studies and German at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. She is particularly interested in body and gender studies as well as contemporary literature.

Pavo Kröger pursues her passion for writing as a reviewer of the Internationale Wolfgang-Borchert-Gesellschaft and has been running writing workshops for senior citizens and young people at the Hans Otto Theater Potsdam since her voluntary social year. As a ABqueer teamer, she is also committed to anti-discrimination and diversity in schools.

In her private life she has a preference for music, jogging and drawing. For her, the North Sea and its surroundings are among the most beautiful places in Germany, which she loves to explore by bicycle and horse.

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