I am thirty years old and work as freelance trainer. Education is a life-long process, not only for my clients, for me too! Hence I keep learning and passing my knowledge on with enthusiasm and creativity. I also write this blog because improving the fate of all women is my biggest passion and concern.
Sabina Rossignoli, PhD
Sabina is independent researcher and trainer at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main. She offers training and consulting for companies, organizations, but also educational programmes and institutions interested in approaches to gender equality based on cultural analysis. She also undertakes research missions using qualitative and quantitative methods. Such methods have proved useful in the assessment of change management.
She did her BA in Intercultural Relations in Trieste, Italy. Then, she did her MScs in Paris (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, EHESS) and London (London School of Economics, LSE). She concluded her PhD in anthropology and gender studies at the universities Paris Descartes and Goethe University. She speaks Italian, French, English and German fluently.