We provide expertise and support to enhance the functioning of your organization and the success of your programmes, interventions and policies – to help you reach your organizational goals, sub-national or national goals, or international commitments.
Our multicultural, multilingual team works with a strong passion for promoting the health and wellbeing of individuals, groups and populations.
How we work
We see each and every intervention, policy and organization as unique – influenced by its cultural, political, economic, built and natural environment.
Therefore, in an initial step we seek to obtain the best understanding of our clients’ needs and the complexity of the issue to be addressed to produce tailored solutions.
We consult within our group of international experts to ensure highest quality outcomes.
We closely collaborate with an international network of health professionals carrying expertise in a wide range of public health topics.
Meet our team
Throughout Kai’s career, the balance between work, family life and personal health has always been paramount. Aside from the ambition to move up the corporate ladder, Kai always felt it to be important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and spend time with his family. The successful handling of these three core components and the desire to help other professionals in overcoming this challenge led Kai to create executivesportsconsult in 2013.
Thanks to the access to a network of certified nutritionists, experienced business men and proven athletes Public Health Promotion and executivesportsconsult together can offer a full range of services, as further described here.
Katrin coordinated the regional nutrition programme of the WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific Region (WPRO) from 2013-2017, and was Technical Officer for Health Promotion and NCDs at WPRO in 2012 and 2009. Since 2002 she worked with government and non-governmental organizations to strengthen health promotion infrastructure and financing, and on issues related to urbanization and health and healthy settings, including as advisor to the Seoul Metropolitan Government (Republic of Korea) from 2004-2006.
Katrin was employed as lecturer and researcher on global health issues at various universities, including the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany; the University of Applied Sciences in Kärnten, Austria and the Seoul National University in the Republic of Korea.
Employers / contractual partners have included for example, the Global Obesity Center (GLOBE) at Deakin University, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Korean Institute of Health and Social Affairs, Kickbusch Health Consult, and SECONDMUSE.