Hannah Bahl is a journalist and generation Y expert based in Berlin.
She loves to travel and working on interesting projects. She‘s a trained sociologist and anthropologist, a design geek, vinyl-lover and an organizational talent. She loves hosting dinner parties and takes great pleasure in bringing cool people together. As a freelancer she consults companies how to deal with the Generation Y in the workforces and is always interested in discussing the future of work.
Hannah graduated with a Bachelor in "Communication & Cultural Management" from Zeppelin University in January 2013, with the first Bachelor thesis in Germany about the Generation Y under the supervision of sociologist Dirk Baecker. She did a semester abroad at California State University at Channel Islands in 2011. Right now she is pursuing her Masters Degree in European Anthropology at the Humboldt University in Berlin and will be finished with her degree in spring 2018.
In her research she specializes in the fields of sociology of working environments, organizational structures and is pursuing her research by using qualitative methods.
PROFeSSIONAL EDUCATION & Career
Hannah has a classic journalism education and started working for the local newspaper Westfälische Rundschau at the age of 16 in her hometown Hagen. She continued working as a music and cultural journalist at Radio Welle20 at Zeppelin University. From there she went to New York to intern at the indepent East Village Radio station. Back in Germany she did another internship at the national public radio station WDR5.
After graduating she started interning for the german music magazines Musikexpress and Rolling Stone in Berlin.