Andrej Stahr is Cooperation Senior Manager in adelphi’s office in Bangkok, Thailand. He supports the development of business strategies for adelphi by building networks with relevant organizations and developing joint projects. In addition, he is in charge of the administration and organization of adelphi's Bangkok office.
Andrej has been working in the education sector for more than twelve years. He has been working in management positions on cooperation strategies for more than eight years. For adelphi, he identifies organizations that can strengthen sustainability in school and adult education and promote Education for Sustainability. Globally, Asia is decisive for making sustainability the driver for action in the economy and in society, and for changing individual aspirations and lifestyles at a globally relevant scale. Andrej views the integration of sustainability in school and adult education as a prerequisite for effective societal change. A holistic understanding of education as knowledge, skills, values and world views is important to him. Andrej develops concepts and projects on how companies, organizations and educational institutions can implement sustainability in their training strategies and curricula. He uses open and experience-based learning concepts to strengthen sustainability in everyday decision-making. He is also skilled in transferring learning experiences into interactive online formats.
Andrej has worked on education issues with a wide range of clients, including ministries and agencies. He has also worked on the development, implementation and monitoring of European Social Fund (ESF) projects. As an experienced administrator, he has also continuously attended specialist trainings with regard to accounting, legal issues, and human resources. He has also received a certificate in user experience for online programmes and received a certificate in strategic design thinking from Hasso-Plattner-Institute.
Before joining adelphi, Andrej worked for educational institutions in management positions, including as deputy managing director of the Berlin schools of the educational institute WIPA. As an experienced lecturer, moderator, and mentor, he has worked with refugees and professionals on language acquisition, cultural mediation and advanced training. He holds a diploma in Media Science and Communication Studies from Freie Universität Berlin.