«Given that achieving equality not only promotes a more just society but also exerts a beneficial influence on the economy, it should be a common goal for everyone to actively promote this cause.»

Anne Brupbacher

Project Manager

Anne Brupbacher has gained a variety of professional experience over the last few years, most recently as a researcher in one of Switzerland’s largest think tanks, Avenir Suisse, where her main emphasis was on issues related to gender equality. Prior to this, she worked as a student trainee at the University of Lucerne while studying and taught primary school classes in several municipalities in Zurich. Anne Brupbacher is the project manager of the Müller-Möhl Foundation (MMF). Her focus on research into gender equality in all its dimensions actively contributes to the growth of the foundation’s key initiative taskforce4women.

Anne Brupbacher holds a degree in primary school education from the Zurich University of Teacher Education and a bachelor’s degree in PPE (Philosophy, Politics, and Economics) from the University of Lucerne. She is currently in the final stages of her master’s degree in political science and economics.