Conny Czymoch is an international moderator, facilitator and journalist. She has been engaged in conference moderation for the World Bank, the OECD, the EU, diverse German ministries, blue chip corporations and non-profit organisations covering a host of global topics.
In the fall of 2009, she was the first European journalist to moderate at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York on the topic “Leadership and Solutions to End Human Trafficking and Forced Labor”. She has also hosted conferences and events with the likes of the former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, the former NASA chief Michael Griffin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
For fourteen years until 2011, she worked as anchorwoman for the German political television channel Phoenix. Issues such as global goals, human rights, anti-human trafficking, economic cooperation and social responsibility are at her core competence. She is also a media coach for top business and NGO leaders.
Conny Czymoch has two extensive areas of interest that have been the main focus of her work: – the first: focusing on issues of global economic cooperation and social integration, ranging from the reduction of HIV Aids or hunger, to international migration and the labor markets, gender and human trafficking. – secondly: making technological advances and future developments like astronautics, Microsystems technology, ITC, the automotive world or climate change understandable, to a specialised or a general audience.
In corporate events, she has worked for BMW, Daimler (Chrysler), Siemens, Carl Zeiss, SAP, Microsoft, EnBW – and a plethora of medium sized companies and organizations. Amongst her regular customers are the federal ministries for research and development, BMBF, economic cooperation, BMZ, and economics, BMWi, as well as diverse EU Directorates. On numerous occasions, she has worked for development agencies like GTZ, or InWent.
Conny Czymoch is also an executive coach for interview training and media presentation. Moderation/ facilitation and media coaching in German and English.
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