The Career Development department consists of four team members who have diverse educational backgrounds and wide-ranging expertise. The team forms the bridge between studies and a successful career.
As psychologist Martina Beermann has more than 25 years of experience in recruitment, personnel and career development, particularly in the automotive, NGO and education sector at all levels. As a member of the advisory board at the German Society of Human Resources Management she is in regular contact with HR representatives. Several thousands of people have already benefitted from her expertise to find their suitable career path and to successfully step up the “right” the career ladder. At HHL she is the contact person for students of the part-time and Global Executive MBA programs, doctoral students and alumni.
With a degree in psychology and certifications in career consulting and coaching, Kati Dorsch has about nine years of work experience as career advisor. Her focus is on supporting full-time MBA students with career planning and development.
Holding an M.Sc. in Performance Psychology, Sigrid Fischer has gained more than six years of work experience in human resources and project management both in the private and the public sector in Germany and the UK. Before Sigrid Fischer joined HHL, she worked in the Employer Team at the Careers Service of the University of Edinburgh. Her focus lies now on advising HHL’s full-time M.Sc. students in their career development process. Outside of work she has a strong passion for sports; she has been playing tennis since the age of five and holds a professional tennis coaching license.
Studying Business Psychology and Intercultural HR Development, Franziska Gerlow has worked over five years as a recruiter and trainer for high potentials and business executives. At HHL she is in charge for organizing the recruiting events as well as consulting and coaching part-time M.Sc. students in career questions.
Holding a degree in Business Administration, Anett Hughes has about 10 years of work experience in the online retail and education sector in Germany and the UK. Her focus is on advising full-time M.Sc. students comprehensively in their career development process. Currently Mrs. Hughes is on parental leave.