Mrs. Melanie Gajowski
"As the dominant species on this planet, we have the responsibility to actively engage with the other species and the environment for our posterity. I consider the approach that GAL pursues to be one of the most effective ways, namely on the one hand to use the strongest means, the right, to work for a gradual, realistic improvement of animal welfare nationally and worldwide and on the other hand to see animal welfare in close connection with humans and the environment".
"In spring 2013 I will complete my part-time studies in applied ethics at the University of Zurich. Until then, I had worked in the financial world for 23 years. My focus is on projects on sustainable, responsible banking and the avoidance of food waste.
What else is there to know:
I am a Zen student, yoga teacher, trained private banker, strategy consultant, ethicist, certified wine connoisseur, coach, bridge builder, life artist, life and young entrepreneur consultant and, most recently, also a drawing student (and probably much more). But most of all I am curious about life and I always want to learn new things.
I am lucky to meet people again and again who support me and bring me forward. I want to pass this on and encourage and support others to find their own way".