Andreas is founding partner at Sense-Lab, an organization that works with strategy and innovation focused on developing organizations, social systems and leaders. Ahead of the enterprise he lead several projects, both with non profit and for profit organizations in different scales, focusing on organizational innovation and strategy, business design and multi-stakeholder processes.
Before founding Sense-Lab, he worked for 9 years in different companies. He acted in a sustainability consultancy, in supply chain, strategic planning and project management in the Holding of the Votorantim Group, a large Brazilian industrial conglomerate, and as managing partner in a medium size engineering company, manufacturer of industrial equipment. Andreas has professional and academic experience in Germany, USA, China and Brazil.
He was guest lecturer for Social Entrepreneurship at Insper Business School for 3 years, and currently lectures as local faculty at the Social Entrepreneurship: Innovation, Technology, Design and Social Change course at World Learning, where students from high level American universities study the subject in San Francisco, Uganda India and Brazil, and also at Amani Institute and Instituto de Pós-Graduação e Graduação in Goiás.
Andreas has an engineering major at Poli-USP and at RWTH-Aachen University in Germany, an MBA in Strategic Business Management at FGV and Certificate in Social Impact Strategy at the University of Pennsylvania. He also completed the practical course in social enterprises at Artemisia, co-facilitated several participatory project development processes in low income communities and mentored entrepreneurs from the base of the pyramid.