Aleksandra Lempp works as Office Manager at Ecologic Institute, where she supports the Institute in various administrative task as part of the Orga Team. Aleksandra Lempp is fluent in German, English and Polish and conversational in Spanish, Swedish and Dutch. At Ecologic Institute, she works in German and English.
After finishing a bilingual high school in Warsaw (Poland), Aleksandra Lempp gained professional experience in several European countries (including on sustainable farms in Spain and Iceland), before settling down to study Cultural Anthropology at the Humboldt University of Berlin. During her studies, Aleksandra Lempp worked as a freelance translator and completed an internship at the independent publishing house Voland & Quist. While pursuing her master´s degree in European Literature, she was a student worker in charge of translation and proofreading at Ecologic Institute. As such, Aleksandra translated and proofread reports and scientific publications such as “Designing the EU 2040 Climate Target. Political context, level of ambition, implications for Member States and sectors” and “Water Resources Allocation and Agriculture. Transitioning from Open to Regulated Access”.
Aleksandra Lempp holds a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Cultural Studies as well as a master's degree in European Literature from the Humboldt University of Berlin.