CRISP - Crisis Simulation for Peace e.V.

The operative part of CRISP is ran by a steadily growing team, that is highly committed. The permanent staff consists of the Executive Directors, Project Coordinators, European Volunteers and Assistants. Further we appointed Regional Coordinators for our main target regions. Additionally we also cooperate closely with external trainers.

All in all we are an experienced team that possesses different skills, qualifications and regional expertises, what gives us the possibilities to adopt to many different needs and requests.

Executive Directors

The operative part of CRISP is the management of all projects ran under the name of this organization. This part is solely delegated to 2 Executive Directors. They coordinate all projects regarding their successful implementation and their contribution to the overall goals of CRISP.

Andreas Muckenfuß

He was one of the founding fathers of CRISP. Since the first minute he is part of the decision board. Currently he is coordinating several projects, mainly in Egypt, Kyrgyzstan and South Caucasus.

Florian Dunkel

One of the founders of CRISP and member of the decision board. He's mainly in charge of our activities regarding citizen participation and civic education in Germany.

Project Coordinators

Our project coordinators are part of the permanent staff and mainly in charge of the smooth implementation of our projects and further. 

Erzsébet Lajos

She is our newest member and joined CRISP in the beginning of 2017. We are very garteful to expand our expertise by having Erzsébet as a new colleague.

Julie Jankovic

She has been working in the field of peacebuilding and conflict management for years and joined CRISP in 2015.

Oliver Wiechmann

He joined CRISP in 2016 and is mainly coordinating our projects in Kyrgyzstan, as well as in the South Caucasus.

Regional Coordinators

Teona Dalakishvili

We got to know Teona in 2009. Since then we are working together. After Teona finished her 12 month voluntary service at CRISP, she went back to Georgia is coordinating our activities in the South Caucasus.

Iryna Lysenko

Already before the violence started in Ukraine we were cooperating with Iryna and her NGO ISKRA. Due to our activities in Ukraine since 2014 our cooperation was intensified profoundly.

Johanna Kleffmann

At the end of her regular internship at CRISP, Johanna participated on behalf of CRISP in a contact-making-event in Minsk. Since then she is coordinating all our activities regarding Belarus.

Accounting

Due to the huge number of activities we are implementing and in particular due to the many different  currencies we are handling, keeping the numbers right is quite a demanding task. We are glad to have an experienced and competent colleague who eases our workload.

Annette Reinecke

Annette has been working in the field for many years and gained experience in other NGOs. We very much enjoy her cool personality and her accuracy in dealing with numbers. 

European Volunteers

Within the framework of the European Voluntary Service (EVS), we are giving volunteers the chance to fully familiarize themselves with our work. » more info

Kateryna Pavlova

Since March Kateryna is working with us. She is from Ukraine and has a lot of experience in the civil society sphere and commands exactly those languages we need to adjust our projects closer to our target groups.

Mohamed Ali

joined us in the first half of 2017. He is from Egypt and mostly works on our projects in the MENA-Region.

Assistants

We are regularly looking for highly motivated interns to support our team. The intern should already have some experience in project management while possessing a strong interest in international cooperation.

By offering an internship we hope to give young professionals or students the possibility of gaining deeper insight into the work of an international NGO. The intern will be encouraged to apply her/his knowledge on a practical level. » more info

External Trainers

Over the last years we managed to create a pool of external trainers that support us. Their skills and contributions vary from conflict-analysis, simulation game development and different training methods and topics. » more info