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Federal Minister

Bundesministerin Christine Aschbacher
Federal Minister Christine Aschbacher, photo: BKA/Andy Wenzel

Christine Aschbacher

On 29 January 2020, Christine Aschbacher was appointed Federal Minister for Labour, Family and Youth by Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen. She is responsible for the following issues:

Curriculum Vitae:

Since Jan. 2020  Federal Minister for Labour, Family and Youth
2017 – 2020 Member of the Supervisory Board of GBG Gebäude- und Baumanagement GmbH (facility and construction management)
Since 2015 Entrepreneur and owner of Aschbacher-Advisory Agency (innovation & change management consulting)
2014 – 2015 Economic Policy Advisor in the Office of the Minister for Science, Research and Economy
2014 Head of Central Risk Management at the Ministry of Finance
2012 – 2013 Economic Policy Advisor in the Office of the Minister for Science, Research and Economy
2012 General Manager of Club International - Styrian Expat Centre Service Unit for international qualified workers and key employees
Since 2011 PhD - distance study course: Industrial Management "Innovative Leadership Style for Industrial Enterprises" at Slovak University (STU) in Bratislava/Trnava
2006 – 2012 Senior Consultant at Capgemini Consulting
2005 – 2006 Member of the Managing Board of the Academic Forum for Foreign Affairs (AFA), Graz
2002 – 2006 University for Business Consultancy Professions, Wiener Neustadt, specialising in management, organisation and personnel consultancy, market communication and distribution