Henrike holds a degree in Business Administration and a Master of Public Policy (MPP) with a double degree from the Humboldt University of Berlin and the European University Viadrina. She is an expert in the interdisciplinary context between economics, sociology and public administration theory, and brings creative approaches in the field of organisational development encompassing storytelling, communication design as well as process and organisational innovation.

She spans over 15 years of experience in the public sector at a German federal agency to render visible the different needs and necessities that arise in administrative organisations during transformation projects. Since 2016, she has been working on the question of how to enable change in the public sector, even if the central success factor has been consistency for decades. She turns this leitmotif upside down and reinterprets it co-creatively with the public sector, amongst others, at the Creative Bureaucracy Festival.

Her most important insights on her own path to becoming a creative bureaucrat have been incorporated into the handbook "Öffentliches Gestalten". At Politics for Tomorrow, she leads in building learning programmes on administrative transformation and human resource development.

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