[she / her] Diversity-sensitive project support
Expert for diversity & anti-discrimination | M. A. Gender Studies. Topics: Sexism, classism, critical whiteness, intersectionality, inclusive language
For more than ten years, Christine Wartner has been working on the question of how we can work and live equitably from an intersectional feminist perspective. During her Bachelor's and Master's degree in Gender Studies at the Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of Gothenburg, she researched social inequalities in the world of work and in the education system. Her focus is on sexism in its interweaving with classism. As a gender scholar from a working class background, she is familiar with multiple discriminations both academically and personally and is committed to helping pupils and students who have experienced classism. In doing so, she juggles between different worlds and is familiar with diverse life realities. Christine Wartner combines this experience with her professional expertise and knowledge from her work in diversity and anti-discrimination in the public, private and non-profit sectors. In her work, Christine Wartner strives to always reflect on her own social positioning within the respective topics.