Daniela Löchle

Daniela Löchle - Human Resources and Accounts EuroNatur Foundation & Executive Director of EuroNatur Services GmbH

© Gunther Willinger
© Gunther Willinger

When Daniela Löchle first started at EuroNatur Foundation as a bookkeeper in 1990 there was only a handful of permanent staff here. Meantime the team is 15 strong and in addition EuroNatur founded  the EuroNatur Service Gmbh with its three members of permanent staff. “I have grown with EuroNatur” says the bookkeeper.

Although she now works part-time she has expanded the spectrum of her tasks considerably: she is involved with the annual statement for the Foundation, deals with the tax returns and with personnel matters. In addition she produces and checks the financial processing of sponsored projects. Once a year she deals with the application to DZI (the German Central Institute for Social Affairs) for the certification which attests the probity of Euronatur as a charity.

She has been Executive Director of EuroNatur Services GmbH since 1998 and prepares the annual statement of accounts for this company. There is nothing dry about her work. In her view “things are always changing here. I have already spent half my life at EuroNatur – and as a result I feel very much attached to the organisation.”

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