Leonie Kraut

Leonie Kraut – Executive assistant

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Leonie Kraut took a degree in English and French at Konstanz University but decided against teaching knowing it would not suit her. She found her first post at Siemens working in human resource management and organisation and discovered she had a knack for administration processes .After working as a teacher on probation she completed a further education course in administration and worked for various firms and institutions as project management and executive assistant.

She joined the EuroNatur team in May of 2015 and supports our executive director among other duties in planning and organisation of appointments and international events. She deals with the administration of membership of the European Green Belt Association, which is coordinated by EuroNatur, and takes care of the smooth handling of legacies and donations from dependent foundations.

She is particularly pleased to be working for a foundation which holds a social and political brief for uniting the needs of human beings and Nature. As she herself says:
„In spite of the wide range of projects and the international framework of the work EuroNatur never loses sight of the smaller scale things. Every project, each person, every donation counts. That really appeals to me.“


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