Our ambas­sadors pro­mote inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice, assist with projects and pro­vide ideas for new ones on a vol­un­tary basis. The group of ambas­sadors con­sists of no more than ten to twelve peo­ple aged up to 35.

Are you young, com­mit­ted and pas­sion­ate about the rights of future gen­er­a­tions? Are you ready to stand up and fight for the rights of those with no voice? Join us and become an ambassador!
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Current Ambassadors

Felix Beer
born 1993, is a trans­for­ma­tion researcher devel­op­ing strate­gic sce­nar­ios, path­ways and inter­ven­tions for viable long-term futures. His work focus­es on ques­tions of infra­struc­ture pol­i­cy at the inter­sec­tion of sus­tain­abil­i­ty, digi­ti­sa­tion and urban­i­sa­tion. He stud­ied sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy stud­ies at the Lon­don School of Eco­nom­ics, Ams­ter­dam Uni­ver­si­ty Col­lege and McGill Uni­ver­si­ty, Montreal.
Main focus areas: infra­struc­ture pol­i­cy, dig­i­ti­za­tion and sus­tain­abil­i­ty, future of the city, resilience, nar­ra­tives of the future


Miguel Gón­go­ra
born 2002 in Bogotá, Colom­bia, is a stu­dent, activist and the for­mer state stu­dent spokesper­son of Berlin. He sees him­self as an advo­cate for the young and upcom­ing gen­er­a­tions. As a staff mem­ber of the “Fed­er­al Office for the Safe­ty of Nuclear Waste Man­age­ment” with­in the Fed­er­al Office for Nuclear Waste Man­age­ment Safe­ty (BASE), he is com­mit­ted to the trans­for­ma­tion of and par­tic­i­pa­tion with­in administration.
In his ear­ly youth, he was the long-time chair­man of the Char­lot­ten­burg-Wilmers­dorf Children’s and Youth Par­lia­ment as well as an advis­er for sev­er­al pub­lic ini­tia­tives, includ­ing the cit­i­zens’ cli­mate coun­cil in Berlin. Today he is involved as a youth ambas­sador in The ONE Cam­paign Ger­many in the Berlin Sen­ate Depart­ment for Cul­ture and Europe, as a Future Men­tor in the Euroc­i­ties 2022 pro­gram, in the youth coun­cil of the Gen­er­a­tion Foun­da­tion for a future with inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice and as a youth spokesper­son for the ini­tia­tive “At Eye Lev­el” of the Future Berlin Foundation.
Main focus areas: edu­ca­tion rev­o­lu­tion, com­bat­ing adul­tism, cli­mate neu­tral­i­ty, cohe­sive Europe, achiev­ing social jus­tice, inclu­sive inte­gra­tion policies

Christo­pher Isensee
born in 1992, is a polit­i­cal sci­en­tist. The focus of his stud­ies at the Mar­tin Luther Uni­ver­si­ty Halle-Wit­ten­berg, the Harz Uni­ver­si­ty of Applied Sci­ences in Hal­ber­stadt and the Masaryiko­va Uni­verzi­ta in Brno (Czech Repub­lic) was on polit­i­cal par­tic­i­pa­tion and the­o­ries of polit­i­cal change. Pro­fes­sion­al­ly, Christo­pher works in the field of devel­op­ment infor­ma­tion and edu­ca­tion. At SRzG he is par­tic­u­lar­ly involved in the field of “Walk­shops” (for more infor­ma­tion see here).
Main focus areas: polit­i­cal par­tic­i­pa­tion, ener­gy and envi­ron­ment, polit­i­cal consulting



Ben Jaga­sia
born in 2005, is a schol­ar­ship hold­er in 11th grade at Schule Schloss Salem on Lake Con­stance. His pas­sion is writ­ing. Most recent­ly, as a free­lance author for DIE ZEIT, he wrote a com­men­tary enti­tled “Grauen­pow­er”, in which he pro­motes a com­pul­so­ry social year for both prospec­tive seniors and school grad­u­ates. Because the polit­i­cal demand for jus­tice for young peo­ple is a mat­ter of the heart for him. Fur­ther­more, he is involved with­in Mod­el-Unit­ed-Nations (stu­dent sim­u­la­tion of the UN) and the Round­square net­work to give young peo­ple a voice. Last year, he went on a stu­dent exchange to Peru where, among oth­er things, he taught Eng­lish at an ele­men­tary school in a dis­ad­van­taged region and built hous­es for peo­ple in need. In his free time, Ben enjoys read­ing, swim­ming and sail­ing on Lake Constance.
Main focus areas: edu­ca­tion pol­i­cy, youth pol­i­cy, pen­sion pol­i­cy with focus on inter­gen­er­a­tional con­tract, social cohe­sion, eco­log­i­cal transformation

Christoph Maier
born 2000, is an advi­sor for sus­tain­able finan­cial invest­ments and advo­cate for finan­cial inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice. Through his pre­vi­ous engage­ments, he has devel­oped a deep under­stand­ing of the needs of future gen­er­a­tions. As an ambas­sador for the foun­da­tion, he pro­motes finan­cial edu­ca­tion and sus­tain­able invest­ments as the key to achiev­ing inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice. He sup­ports the foundation’s work through col­lab­o­ra­tions with local uni­ver­si­ties, star­tups, and asso­ci­a­tions, as well as through pub­lic speeches.
Main focus areas: finan­cial edu­ca­tion, sus­tain­able invest­ments, envi­ron­men­tal and sus­tain­abil­i­ty work, eco­log­i­cal economics


Luise Roither
born in 1989, Luise is a health­care econ­o­mist and works in the field of R&D of med­ical tech­nol­o­gy inno­va­tions or in gen­er­al, for the future devel­op­ment of the health­care sys­tem. In 2016, she found­ed her own ini­tia­tive for the young gen­er­a­tion in the health sec­tor, Denkschmiede Gesund­heit. Young pro­fes­sion­als work togeth­er in this ini­tia­tive as future lob­by­ists and rep­re­sen­ta­tives for inter­gen­er­a­tional jus­tice on var­i­ous top­ics of their own choos­ing. Luise has ded­i­cat­ed her pro­fes­sion­al and also part of her pri­vate life to the health­care sec­tor and, as an SRzG ambas­sador, is con­stant­ly on the look­out for peo­ple and organ­i­sa­tions who share this enthu­si­asm and want to join her on the path towards a sus­tain­able health sector.
Main focus areas: Health­care, health pol­i­cy, self-admin­is­tra­tion, financ­ing issues of the care sys­tem, young net­works in the health and care sector

Anna-Maria Spit­tel
born in 1988, works as a research assis­tant at the Depart­ment for Spe­cial Needs Edu­ca­tion and Reha­bil­i­ta­tion at the Carl von Ossi­et­zky Uni­ver­si­ty Old­en­burg. She stud­ied reha­bil­i­ta­tion coun­sel­ing edu­ca­tion in Dort­mund and Reutlingen/Ludwigsburg, inter­rupt­ed by an intern­ship in Ecuador. In her doc­tor­al the­sis she deals with young car­ers as a tar­get group of coun­sel­ing in the school sys­tem. The inter­est for chil­dren, ado­les­cents and young adults as rel­a­tives of fam­i­ly mem­bers with ill­ness­es and impair­ments and espe­cial­ly for the group of Young Car­ers arose in her mas­ter stud­ies and con­tin­ues since then in var­i­ous net­works and research projects on a nation­al and inter­na­tion­al level.
Main focus areas: young car­ers, health, edu­ca­tion, care


Mile­na Weber
born in 2000, stud­ies Glob­al Envi­ron­men­tal and Sus­tain­abil­i­ty Stud­ies at the Leuphana Uni­ver­si­ty of Lüneb­urg. She has tak­en Polit­i­cal Sci­ence as a minor sub­ject. Dur­ing her stud­ies, Mile­na spent one semes­ter abroad in Spain and one in Ire­land. It is not only dur­ing her stud­ies that she deals with sus­tain­abil­i­ty issues. For exam­ple, she has worked on projects in Ecuador and Tan­za­nia in the field of species and envi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion. For her project work “Plas­tik­flut-was tun?” (in eng­lish: “Plas­tic flood — what to do?”) she received the “Salzkristall” award for out­stand­ing achievement.
Main focus areas: Inter­na­tion­al rela­tions, inter­na­tion­al envi­ron­men­tal law, neo­colo­nial­ism and democracy



Dr. Wolf­gang Gründinger
was born in 1984 and is an author, activist and ana­lyst. His sev­en book pub­li­ca­tions include “Ten Years Smarter,” “Old Sacks Pol­i­tics,” and “My Lit­tle People’s Par­ty” (all in Ger­man). After hold­ing posi­tions at the Ger­man Dig­i­tal Asso­ci­a­tion and the Cyber Inno­va­tion Hub of the Ger­man Armed Forces, he is cur­rent­ly Chief Evan­ge­list at the Berlin-based solar start­up Enpal. He was described as part of Germany’s “young elite” by the busi­ness mag­a­zines Cap­i­tal and Han­dels­blatt. His doc­tor­al dis­ser­ta­tion at the Hum­boldt Uni­ver­i­ty in Berlin focussed on the influ­ence of spe­cial inter­est groups in Ger­man ener­gy pol­i­cy. Before that he stud­ied polit­i­cal and social sci­ence. He has received “das poli­tis­che Buch” prize from the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung for his work.
Main focus areas: demog­ra­phy, get­ting young peo­ple into pol­i­tics, ener­gy pol­i­cy, pen­sions, inher­i­tance tax, the exten­sion of vot­ing rights

Mar­tin Hagen, MP
was born in 1981, is leader of the lib­er­al FDP in the Bavar­i­an region­al par­lia­ment and is an inde­pen­dent strat­e­gy and com­mu­ni­ca­tions con­sul­tant. He has pre­vi­ous­ly worked for an inter­na­tion­al man­age­ment con­sul­tan­cy, as a press spokesman in the Ger­man Bun­destag and as the Chief of the Bavar­i­an Free Demo­c­ra­t­ic Par­ty. Mar­tin stud­ied pol­i­tics in Munich and Beer She­va (Israel) and was active in pol­i­tics dur­ing his stu­dent days, among oth­er things as region­al chair­man of the Young Lib­er­als of Bavaria and mem­ber of the Ger­man del­e­ga­tion for the Inter­na­tion­al Fed­er­a­tion of Lib­er­al Youth (IFLRY). He is edi­tor of the book “A new Bavaria – Why our home needs an update” (Das neue Bay­ern — Warum unser Land ein Update braucht).
Main focus areas: edu­ca­tion, estab­lish­ing equal­i­ty of opportunity