Christine Coellejan

Christine Coellejan – Administration, project work, translation, Department for Nature Conservation Policy

© Andrea Ribbe
© Andrea Ribbe

 

Christine Coellejan has lived in Germany for 25 years. For more than half this time she has been working at the EuroNatur Office in Rheinbach near Bonn, setting up and keeping up the direct line to Poland.

She comes from Kattowitz in Silesia and holds a diploma in business administration. For years she has been working in the EuroNatur project in the Narew region with a range of partners who are farmers, scientists and important decision makers. Her command of the Polish language and knowledge acquired over the years has proved invaluable: Christine Coellejan has been able to cultivate the connections to important project partners and facilitate the setting up of further networks. With the translations that she makes of applications for projects, of contracts or of scientific studies she creates the essential foundations for the smooth functioning of projects in Poland.

In her words: “My work at EuroNatur is not only meaningful, it is also extremely interesting. Every project is different in character and there is something new to learn every day.”

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