Meet
Martin freres!


Hometown:
Munich, Germany

Interest:
Data Science

Education:
Liberal Arts & Sciences, USA

Bachelor of Integrated Social and Cognitive Psychology & Integrated Social Sciences, Jacobs University Bremen, Bremen (Germany)

Master of Industrial & Organizational Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles, USA

Master of Dispute Management, Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institute, Malibu, USA


Languages:
English
German
Spanish (Conversational)

Has also lived/worked:
Ecuador, South Africa, Peru, New Zealand and various other countries in Europe

 

 

 

Professional Summary:

Martin, 29, has over 4 years of experience in Change Management, Management Consulting, Business Management/Operations and Facilitation and has developed an interest in change/agile transition or scrum methodologies in a data science environment.

1. Volunteer (On Sabbatical), Supporting Kids in Peru (Peru)

2. Project Leader, Timmermann Partners (Germany)

  • Client facing - Led change module in strategic BU transformation at global consumer goods firm. Designed change and communication program for restructuring at a European retail bank.
  • Internal facing - Led team of up to 4 consultants and 2 interns and co-governed company through participation in weekly management meetings

3. Intern, KPMG Law (Germany)

  • Prepared sales pitch for an organizational conflict audit
  • Developed study proposal to research managers’ leadership & conflict resolution skills

Achievements and Accolades:

  • Certified Scrum Master, International Scrum Institute
  • Publication: Freres, M.S. (2013) Financial costs of workplace conflict, Journal of the International Ombudsman Association, 6(2), 83 - 94
  • Trained in SPSS (Statistical Analysis Software) and Python
  • Is a co-active coach in training
  • Fulbright Scholar 2012/13
  • DAAD Scholarship recipient
  • President of the Undergraduate Student Government, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany


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