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Nancy Wittke

My role at BBIS:

Teaching Assistant

When did you join BBIS?

I joined BBIS in 2010.

What is your background?

I grew up in Kleinmachnow. Before I came to BBIS, I gained my experience in various fields of work. Caring for children has always been part of my youth and adult life. I have volunteered at a home for children with special needs, taught Athletics in a public school and provided creative art activities in a youth club. Raising my own three children was and still is part of this.

What inspires you in your professional role?

My greatest inspiration is nature, as well as the spark that comes from kind-hearted, wise and passionate people.

What are you passionate about?

Kindness and open-mindedness! Additionally, I’m passionate about nature with its elements, plants and animals. Studying the human psyche, myths and the history of cultures to gain a broader understanding is a part of it as well. I also love all the arts, their therapeutic and healing aspects and their existence as a tool for human expression.

What makes BBIS special?

I would say it is the opportunity for different cultures to come together, learn from and with one another and bond, in a school surrounded by great nature.