Katharina Gohn

Katharina Gohn – Sales and Dispatch

© Kerstin Sauer
© Kerstin Sauer

When one calls the EuroNatur head office, they mostly end up talking to her. Katharina Gohn is working for EuroNatur since 1991. Since the foundation of EuroNatur Service GmbH in 1995, the skilled office clerk takes care of the sales und distribution of a small but nice Range of products, such as EuroNatur T-shirts and non-fiction and children’s books.

One of the real gems in the assortment, next to the EuroNatur calendar “Naturschätze Europas”, are a line of exclusive field guides. Making sure the production process of the calendars is not being obstructed by anything is another one of Katharina Gohn’s tasks. Katharina Gohn is responsible for all activities in distribution, and fundamentally contributes to the punctual arrival of EuroNatur magazines, call for donations, project reports, and donation receipts to their addressee.

She herself says: “In my home country of Romania, there is some wild and unspoilt nature that I have always loved.  But it wasn’t until I came to EuroNatur in Germany that I learnt how many different ways there are that one can – and should – protect nature. I have found this foundation’s work fascinating right from the start. “


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