Sandra Thielisch Programme Coordinator
In 2006 Sandra got involved in a job at her Universities Bike Self Repair Shop during her environmental science studies. Ever since her interest in the sustainable mobility topics has increased. She travelled eastern Asia, east Africa, stayed with local NGOs, worked as a Project Coordinator and experienced the importance of mobility for daily participation and the diversity of bike culture.
Contact her at thielisch(at)eurist.info.
Judith Adeniyi Project Coordinator
Judith has been a longtime activist for social, political, economic and environmental change. She extensively traveled east- and west africa and brought her experiences made under the african sun into the work for the UN Millennium Campaign & Terre des Hommes. Judith is currently the Strategic Initiatives and Communication officer of the European Institute for Sustainable Transport (EURIST) and Project Coordinator of its Make A Move Campaign.
Contact her at adeniyi(at)eurist.info
Isabell Schultz Project Assistant
Isabell, born in the internationally recognized cycling friendly city Münster, is a passionate geographer who intensively campaigns for the promoting of cycling. During her study together with a team she started the campaign Zweibeinprinzip. As a project assistant at the European Institute for Sustainable Transport (EURIST) and the Make A Move campaign, she brings all her ideas and experiences into the project - from Münster up to Singapore and Australia.
Contact her at schultz(at)eurist.info
Kelly Chan Project Assistant
Kelly studies Transportation Systems at the Technical University in Munich and interested in sustainable mobility. She is the current project assistent of EURIST and supports the Make A Move Campaign to promote bike cultures and activities to everyone and improve the accessibility mobility in the global South.