Charlotte Prelorentzos
 

How the revolution of the current food system - locally and globally - can be addressed and translated into action by daring to find new ways is the focus of Charlotte's attention. The holistic concept of agroecology excites her. As part of ouishare, her actions are informed by an understanding of exchange & collaboration. One of her starting points is rethinking classical knowledge transfer. Thus, she enjoys designing new formats that promote the exchange of knowledge and experiences, such as the Holy Tisch platform. Holy Tisch was co-initiated by Charlotte because she wants to help shape the future of food in society and around the world and is committed to the exchange between different stakeholders.


Roles: Creator, Strategist
Contact: charlotte[at]holytisch.co

Joella Korczak
 

Joella is an anthropologist, specializing in the nexus of ecology, food, and migration. Her academic background is in anthropology and political science, gaining her undergraduate degree at the LMU Munich. She studied food culture, communication, and marketing at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo as her postgraduate. In 2020, Joella joined the Holy Tisch team as project manager, researcher, and marketing specialist to build the Future Food platform. Furthermore, Joella is working as a Program Officer for Climate and Food security for Seawater Solutions, where she delivers research and project agendas in emerging markets.


Roles: Creator, Strategist
Contact: joella[at]holytisch.co

Martin Theis

Martin is an all-rounder who knows how to combine a wide range of interests and skills. As a coach for transformative leadership and spirituality, he helps to establish a "conscious corporate culture" globally and to realize a new, broader definition of profitability. Since this change is only possible from within, it needs places where people can rediscover access to the Big Picture.

Therefore, in addition to his work as a coach and at Holy Tisch, he is realizing his dream of establishing a foundation or retreat in Hawaii.

Roles: Strategist
Contact: martin[at]holytisch.co

Thomas Euler
 
Thomas would like to see a world where entrepreneurs are rewarded for working towards an ecologically meaningful and biodiverse future. Coming from the world of technology and startups, he co-initiated the Holy Table to combine innovation and sustainability. Some may think that the two topics are contradictory, but in Thomas' eyes they belong together, especially nowadays when change is necessary and urgent.

Role: Strategist
Clara Dorn

Clara actually comes from the field of art education, where food as an area of tension has often served as a productive starting point for her artistic and educational practice. Since her studies at the Slow Food University (UniSG) in Italy, she has been campaigning on a political and social level for a food revolution towards a fairer and more sustainable food system based on a vibrant urban-rural solidarity. She does this, for example, in her work with the Cologne Food Council and the Schloss Türnich Permaculture Park. Clara is convinced that we can only achieve a real turnaround together - when agriculture, consumers and everyone in between pull together and the entire spectrum of the food system comes together at one table. This is exactly where she sees the great potential of Holy Tisch!

Role: Supporter

Julia Drobner

Julia has been working on the topic of sustainability in consumption and production processes for years, with a focus on the areas of: Food systems, agricultural products and (virtual) water. Julia's focus is on how sustainable approaches can be integrated and established in value chains and through awareness raising in society. Having grown up with her family's farms, and as a passionate cook and expert on culinary delights, she is convinced that good food and shared eating are the cement of our society, the basis of our culture. That's why, in addition to her involvement with Slow Food Youth Cologne, she uses Holy Tisch to advocate for a sustainable and future-proof food system. She is enthusiastic about bringing people and their innovative projects to the table, networking and exchanging ideas in order to actively shape a sustainable and fair food system together and to rethink processes.


Role: Supporter

Sarah Eisenmann
 
Sarah networks people to achieve common goals - by the way, that's how she brought Charlotte and Thomas together at one (Holy) table. Her fascination is what people from different backgrounds can collaboratively develop into a shared challenge. Therefore, she accompanies people in teams, organizations and networks in participatory processes. As a connector at ouishare, co-founder of Back From the Future and co-initiator of abundigai, she lives her passion for testing new formats of collaboration and futurology, drawing inspiration from nature. She is equally experimental in the kitchen, where she celebrates the diversity of vegetables.

Role: Supporter

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You would like to become a part of our team as Creator, Strategist or Supporter


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Team Roles
Creators actively drive Holy Tisch forward. Their tasks include content production, project management and marketing.
Strategists are in close contact with the creators and actively support the development of Holy Tisch.
Supporters assist Holy Tisch with their expertise in our work.