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AGBC Berlin e.V.

Government & Non-Profit
Udo von Massenbach
President of AGBC Berlin.e.V., Diplom-Volkswirt - Publizist


Personal Information | Introduction

Udo A. Freiherr von Massenbach, born January 22,1948 in Oberhausen/Rheinland, Germany.

Curriculum Vitae

1967 – 1970Management Trainee at Messrs. Kloeckner Co.  
International Trade & Commerce1970 – 1975Studies at Free University Berlin. Majored in International Politics/Trade and Commerce. (Middle East) 
Minor in the field of Education and Vocational Training.1975Degrees in Economics and Pedagogics1976 – 1979Designed and implemented Apprenticeship- and Vocational Training Programmes on behalf of the Government of Berlin1980 – 1981Director. Professional Development Programmes. 
Institute for Trade and Commerce1982 – 1985Creation and Management of Training Programmes for International Trade and Commerce and Applied Computer-Software (SAP R/2).1986 – 1990Special Adviser for Trade, Commerce,Organization and Applied Computer-Software.1990 – 2000Director of long-term planning group for waste disposal management / Project with World- 
Bank, Washington, DC., regarding environment in the Baltics

Since 2001

Publishing:

Adviser - Writer - Publisher - Motivator

- Massenbach-Letter: NEWS - a weekly news-digest. 
- Group 'Liberal and International' in www.XING.com  

Memberships and Activities:

  • Liberal Democrats UK
  • German Atlantic Society / Deutsche Atlantische Gesellschaft
  • German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
  • John F. Kennedy Atlantic Forum
  • American Council on Germany (linkedin)
  • Manager Circle Friedrich Ebert Foundation
  • German Matt Lamb Society (Honorary Member)
  • American-German Business Club Berlin e.V. (AGBC-Berlin)
  • Atlantic Initiative Berlin 
  • Liberal Turkish German Association
  • Former Secretary General Liberal International Germany on behalf of FDP
  • Supporter of 7th. Company of Special Security Forces of Ministry of Defence Germany.
  • Co-founder of Berlin-American Reporter. Privately published journal recording events prior to and immediately following opening of Berlin-Wall.
  • Co-organiser of “post-Wall world” seminars and events at American Universities including Texas A&M, and the U.S. Military Academies at West Point and Annapolis (Presentation of the Berlin Wall).