Finn Grundmann, Program Manager
Finn's engagement with intercultural communication started in the context of sustainable development, when joining the Robert Bosch United World College in 2016 (Freiburg, Germany). Two years of lively discussion with students from 91 different countries exemplified the importance of participatory initiatives in the pursuit of forming a sustainable future.
Throughout his time as a strategic advisor for Amnesty International (Denmark) the inclusive, anthropological approach towards project design became a key component of his working style. Studying at the Georgia Augusta University in Germany Finn specialises in Molecular Ecosystem Sciences, introducing a holistic, diversity-based perspective on carbon sequestration.
Finn started working with the High Atlas Foundation as a volunteer in spring 2020. While writing articles of popular science, he helped to strengthen our scientific approach, allowing the organization to expand on corporations with universities and other partners. Finn became Program Manager in charge of Carbon Management and Partnerships in October 2020.