Lamija Dzigal Ann Marie Manhart Cecilia Maronnier
ANN MARIE MANHART has over 10 years experience in the food processing industry, aquaculture, organic movement and food service industry as an entrepreneur, consultant, and teacher. She has a Master of Business Administration from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business in Manila. Upon moving to Vienna she earned her Master of Science Degree in Environmental Technology and International Affairs jointly administered by the Vienna University of Technology and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. Her work on Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution in Southeast Asia has brought her to the Asian Development Bank Asian Water Week in 2013. She has as well written a chapter about water pollution in Routledge’s Handbook of Environment and Society in Asia. Her work in Austria and the EU has been on resource management and the reduction of food waste in the gastronomy and food processing industry sectors.
CECILIA MARONNIER has over 10 years experience in the fields of international relations, rule of law, human rights, environment and project management. She has worked for several international and regional organizations (UN, OSCE, EU, Alpine Convention), both at the field and headquarters levels, including post-conflict areas. She has degrees in International Public Law from the University of St. Etienne and the University of Salzburg. She also earned a Master of Advanced International Studies from the University of Vienna and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna as well as a Master of Science in Environmental Technology and International Affairs jointly administered by the Vienna University of Technology and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.
LAMIJA DZIGAL is a recent graduate from the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the Technical University of Vienna, where she obtained an MSc Environmental Technology and International Affairs. She also holds an MA (Hons) International Relations from the University of St Andrews (UK). She has previous work experience at NGOs and International Organisations in Vienna and Sarajevo. She specialised in Material and Substance Flow Analysis (MFA and SFA) systems through her work at Envicient. She is interested in sustainable development and energy security. Her Masters Thesis focused on the development and use of clean energy systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina.