Simone Dorenburg ...

... is a coach of the Tagesschau and enjoys the trust of many speakers and moderators. In addition, she has worked as a voice and speech trainer for corporations in Germany and abroad. After finishing her studies as a diploma spokeswoman and diploma spokes educator at the State Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Stuttgart, the native Hamburg woman has been working as an independent speaker since 2008. Simone Dorenburg herself regularly performs as a spokeswoman on television and on stage.


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Simon Connor ...

... is an English teacher from London who specialises in Business English with a focus on enhancing your business skills. Do you need to make presentations in English? Do you find telephoning difficult? Would you like to be better at networking and making small talk? He has been teaching bankers, engineers, doctors, accountants and many others and he can help you to improve your English.  He is based in Berlin and can visit your location here to work with you or you can have your lessons via Skype.


Eva Schulz ...

... is a freelance journalist and moderator. She wrote columns for „Jetzt.de“ and „Zeit Campus“, developed the first German edition of „Wired“ and was a reporter for the young TV magazine „Klub Konkret“ (EinsPlus / ARD). Afterwards, she spent half a year as a „Trialogue of Cultures“ Fellow in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. In 2009 she got motioned in the „Medium Magazin“ as "Top 30 to 30".

Schulz has her own Snapchat format at Funk, the online format of ARD and ZDF. She has studied communication, culture and business at the Zeppelin University and has written her dissertation on the prevention of innovation on public television.  


Mirko Ruf ...

... is a Spanish and History teacher at a comprehensive school in Remscheid. After studying at the Universities of Maastricht (NL), Freiburg, Seville (ES), Columbus (OH, USA), he graduated at the University of Cologne in 2014. Afterwards, he researched at the format „9einhalb“, did linguistic research at Cologne University and is currently maintaining a language laboratory at the University of Cologne as a technical employee. In the field of igitalisation he is a valuable generalist and impresses with technical sensitivity and a broad knowledge.