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Country: Germany (currently residing in The Philippines)
Originally from: Germany
Organisation: Independent Advisor & Consultant
Email: info[at]
Languages: English, Spanish, German

Certified Coach

Experience with Open Standards:

Felix is a certified Coach, Trainer and Instructor for the CMP Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation and Miradi Software and has worked with multiple clients around the globe for more than 10 years as an independent advisor and consultant in conservation planning and adaptive protected area management. His background lies in Global Change Management and International Forest Ecosystem Management with a special focus on protected areas and conservation project management.

Among his recent clients are: WWF offices (US, UK, International, Switzerland, Zambia, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, LAC), The Nature Conservancy (TNC), IUCN, The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Foundations of Success (FOS), EuroNatur, The Greenbelt initiative Europe, The German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN), German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

Felix is also the co-founder and member of the board of the non-profit organization

Training received:

  • 2018: Official recognition as certified Coach during the Global Coaches Rally (Australia)
  • 2018: Attended the Global Coaches Rally in Australia
  • 2017: Attended the European Coaches Rally in MonNatura Pirineus (Spain)
  • 2015: Attended the Global Coaches Rally and EU Rally in Mon Sant Benet (Spain)
  • 2013: Attended the Global Coaches Rally in Atlanta (United States)
  • 2013: Attended the European Coach Rally in Ribaritsa (Bulgaria)
  • 2013: Trained as a Trainer at the Coach Training (Bulgaria)
  • 2010: Trained as a Coach at the Multiple Team Workshop in Kerkini (Greece)

Other OS-related activities:

  • Co-Founding CCNet Europe
  • Co-Founding and co-leading CCNet South East Asia
  • Part of the Teaching Adaptive Management Working Group (TAM)
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