Team

Introducing PHASE Austria's executive board
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Mag.a Brita Pohl

Position: Chair
PHASE inspires with its integrated approach to supporting disadvantaged communities, enabling them to emerge from the viscious circle of poverty, poor health and lack of education and to actively shape their own rights, empowering them to advocate for their own rights. By working for PHASE, I can contribute to achieving a noticeable and sustainable improvement for the people in our project communities.
Responsible for the use of funds, privacy protection, fundraising, and project management
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Birgit Fischer

Position: Secretary
On one of my many trips I first visited Nepal in 2008. I was not only struck by the beauty of the mountains, but also loved the Nepali people. When I heard about PHASE's work, I saw a lovely opportunity to get involved and do something for Nepal.
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Sebastian Fiby

Position: Treasurer
My interest in PHASE grew to a point at which I wanted to actively contribute to the work of the organisation.
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Dipl.-Psych. Senta Vogl

Position: Deputy Chair
In my youth, there still were similarly remote farms in Austria and South Tyrol as there are in Nepal. We successfully developed these. I support PHASE so people in Nepal can find their way out of poverty and lack of education, while still being able to integrate their ancient knowledge into progress.
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Andreas Ramstorfer

Position: Deputy Secretary
I studied the concepts of development and disaster relief implemented by PHASE in detail - in particular I am impressed with the way the projects are embedded in existing social and/or administrative structures - I wanted to get involved and contribute my own experience and contribute to a continued positive development of PHASE.
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Mag.a Daniela Gahleitner

Position: Deputy Treasurer
I am immensely impressed with the way this organisation implements the concept of empowerment.
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Mag.a Brita Pohl

Position: Chair
PHASE inspires with its integrated approach to supporting disadvantaged communities, enabling them to emerge from the viscious circle of poverty, poor health and lack of education and to actively shape their own rights, empowering them to advocate for their own rights. By working for PHASE, I can contribute to achieving a noticeable and sustainable improvement for the people in our project communities.
Responsible for the use of funds, privacy protection, fundraising, and project management
Read more
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Dipl.-Psych. Senta Vogl

Position: Deputy Chair
In my youth, there still were similarly remote farms in Austria and South Tyrol as there are in Nepal. We successfully developed these. I support PHASE so people in Nepal can find their way out of poverty and lack of education, while still being able to integrate their ancient knowledge into progress.
Read more
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Birgit Fischer

Position: Secretary
On one of my many trips I first visited Nepal in 2008. I was not only struck by the beauty of the mountains, but also loved the Nepali people. When I heard about PHASE's work, I saw a lovely opportunity to get involved and do something for Nepal.
Read more
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Andreas Ramstorfer

Position: Deputy Secretary
I studied the concepts of development and disaster relief implemented by PHASE in detail - in particular I am impressed with the way the projects are embedded in existing social and/or administrative structures - I wanted to get involved and contribute my own experience and contribute to a continued positive development of PHASE.
Read more
photo

Sebastian Fiby

Position: Treasurer
My interest in PHASE grew to a point at which I wanted to actively contribute to the work of the organisation.
Read more
photo

Mag.a Daniela Gahleitner

Position: Deputy Treasurer
I am immensely impressed with the way this organisation implements the concept of empowerment.
Read more