I am a communication expert with over two decades of experience spanning analysis, strategy, and execution. My expertise ranges from science communication to digital strategy, and from leading workshops and chairing panel discussions to program management and development.

I’ve worked for various private sector companies, public organizations, agencies, and NPOs. In 2016, I started specializing in science communication as the founding editor-in-chief of the Jacobs Foundation’s global online platform BOLD, turning it into a highly regarded resource for evidence-based insights into human learning over the course of four years.

As an independent science communication and dialogue facilitator and consultant, I’ve had the chance to work with Akademie Für das Kind Giedion Risch, Children’s Hospital ZurichEducreators FoundationFrontiers for Young Minds, Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development at the University of Zurich, Science et Cité, Science EuropeSNSF Swiss National Science FoundationTaskbase, and USZ Foundation. I have also had the opportunity to teach and speak at various universities (ZHAW, ZHdK, FHNW, MAZ, ETH, University of Zurich) as part of CAS modules, seminars, and lecture series.

In addition to my activities as an independent science communicator, I have a part-time position as Lead‚ Science Communication and Outreach at the Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience, Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development, University of Zurich (see also growing-brains.com). I am also the founder, host, and producer of the podcast SciComm Palaver. As a member of the Advisory Board of the think tank Reatch, I advocate for a science-friendly culture in which science and society pull together.

For a detailed list of my past positions and education, see my LinkedIn profile.