Elisabeth Yearley earned her bachelor's degree in Communication & Cultural Management at Zeppelin University and began working at Bank Julius Baer after completing her master's degree.
"Answered every concretely, in my current position, being able to write accurate texts and acquire methodologies for complex issues, among other things, are key - two of many skills that I can directly attribute to individual seminars. More broadly, the mental attitudes "If you can't get it out of your head, make something of it" and "Always stay curious" help me immensely in a large organization. In addition, I was optimally prepared to ask the right questions, to actively shape group processes, and to reflect on myself."
"...I am grateful that I was able to lay the foundation for my life today during this time without consciously realizing it. If projects and initiatives such as the mandatory internship abroad hadn't lured me out of my comfort zone at the age of nineteen, I would be a different person today. Furthermore, I think of all the fellow students, professors, and university employees who went above and beyond their compulsory program in each of the cases. For me, ZU was and still is a "white cube" where impulses are set by everyone involved and invites to experiment, discuss and work out solutions."