Our team

We all have professional and family goals and like many other people in this fast-paced world, we hardly have time to be committed to ecological and social initiatives.

However, it can’t be that the ecological problems worldwide are getting worse while we feel that we have less and less time to do something about them. For this reason, we’re all connected by the will to not surrender to the failed developments of our time but to humbly make a contribution for a better future.  Our initiative is built on the effort of different supporters from diverse professional backgrounds who help our initiative with their varying individual competences. In this context we would like to thank Nina Maria and Jana Küchler, Jakob Piest, Vera Grönegress, Hanni Wurm, Bernhard Piest, Aaron Domingos and Laurenz Aselmeier for their valuable support.

Phillip Maiwald

Phillip Maiwald

Phillip Maiwald studied fine arts, is a storybook author and works in the field of autism. He believes in utopias and stubbornly clings to the idea that beauty alone can save the world. He came up with the idea of Civil Integrity, coordinates the initiatives, works on campaigns and is responsible for the areas press and social media.

Marcus Gründel

Marcus Gründel

Marcus Gründel works as a photographer. For him it comes naturally not to let this planet rot away. He believes in the power of nature and the good in humanity but does not regard himself as an activist. For Civil Integrity he does a little bit of everything: he inspires with ideas, is the most important critic of the campaigns and checks everything again.

Nadin Tettschlag

Nadin Tettschlag

Nadin Tettschlag is a social scientist and educator. The preservation of natural resources is one of the basic prerequisites for social justice and the prevention of political conflicts. Environmental activism is therefore also peace work for her. At Civil Integrity, Nadin is involved in the development of campaigns, editing texts, supporting public relations and fundraising.