I am a team worker, and currently co-lead the research project Sociocultural Carbon. For several years I have been, and am still, involved in the DataNatures team at the Museum of Natural History Berlin, the TiP research group at IT University of Copenhagen and, since 2019, I grow into the team of the Chair of Technoscience Studies at Brandenburg University of Technology.
Since the early 2000s, I have been leading several early career researcher teams, including the international doctoral/postdoc ‘Environment, Management and Society Research Group’, drawing into these teams multiple awards, grants and producing publications.
Across the teams and my or our grants, my responsibilities included project management, drafting and administrating budgets, subcontractor management, planning and managing the logistics of ethnographic fieldwork on two continents, coordinating scheduled delivery of research output to funders, supervising PhD students and intellectually guiding PostDocs as well as evaluating progress. In leading teams, I explore modes of collaborative relations and building nurturing environments, drawing on my training in listening and noticing to guide open development.