Country Representative for Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Stiftung Haus der kleinen Forscher, Berlin
Sabrina Treiter (born in Gardelegen/ Sachsen-Anhalt in 1979) is as a federal state consultant at the Foundation Small Scientists’ House the first contact for the partners of the Initiative in Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt.
After her MA studies (English, Slavic, Pedagogy studies) at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg she first went to the UK, where she worked for a hotel chain for two years. During her subsequent MA studies in tourism management at the FU Berlin, she started to work for several years for a worldwide provider of educational and travel services.
In 2013 she joined the team Network Consulting of the Foundation Young Scientists’ House. Apart from support for the local network partners, she is in charge of relationship management with ministries, cities and counties, day care centre and school institutions, training and continuing education institutions, business associations and education policy stakeholders as well as potential sponsors. In her work she always tries to ensure the enthusiasm of all stakeholders for good early education in the fields of mathematics, computer science, natural science and technology (MINT) – with the objective of making girls and boys strong for the future and empower them to act sustainably.