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Marlehn Thieme, Chairwoman of the Council

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Marlehn Thieme

Chairwoman of the Council

Marlehn Thieme

Born in 1957, married, 2 daughters. Place of residence Bad Soden.

Schooling

1964-1967 Elementary school "am Stadtpark" in Lübeck
1967-1976 Katharineum zu Lübeck

Training/studies

1976-1982 Studies in law and social sciences in Freiburg/Brs. and Bonn, diverse practical training periods in business and banks
1982 Co-Director of ZEDA Ranch Inc., Nevada U.S.A.
1983-1986 Junior barrister training at the OLG (Upper Regional Court) Hamburg
1986 2nd state law examination

Professional career

1986 Deutsche Bank AG traineeship, Remscheid, Wuppertal, Milan
1988 Central personnel Department, Frankfurt, basic questions, personnel and management concepts amongst other things, on the compatibility of family and career organisation development
1995-2001 Managing Director of Deutsche Bank Foundation Alfred Herrhausen "Help towards Self-help"
2001 Private banking, Manager of Marketing, Inheritance and Foundation Management
2003 Private Wealth Management, Dep. Manager of Marketing and Communication
2005 - 2013 Director in the business division of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)/Corporate Citizenship
2008 - 2013 Employee representative in the board of Deutsche Bank AG
Since Feb. <br />2012 Chairwoman of the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE)
Since 2015 Chairwoman of the supervisory board of the Bank for Church and Diakonia (KD-Bank)
Since 2015 Member of the Hightech Forum
Since 2015 Member of the national platform Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Germany
Since Dec. 2015 Member of the supervisory board of the Protestant Association for Media Communication (Gemeinschaftswerk der Evangelischen Publizistik, GEP)

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