Nicole Bolomey is convinced that only on the basis of a respectful relationship can one accompany people on their journey. With this approach, she has been leading and developing the International Cooperation department at the Andreas Hermes Academy since 2015 – with a constantly growing team.
Nicole has been working in development cooperation since 2000 and her path has taken her to various countries in Asia and Africa. She spent 9 years at UNESCO alone and has worked in various programmes on issues of good governance, the importance of joint action and the dialogue between politics, business and local people. Nicole studied something completely different: landscape architecture and monument conservation. In addition to a teaching position at the Rapperswil University of Applied Sciences, she has successfully run her own planning office for several years and is always happy to volunteer.