Franziska is Head of Infrastructure Development at HAMBURG WASSER. HAMBURG WASSER is a public utility and provides water and wastewater services to about 2 million people in the city of Hamburg and the greater metropolitan area.
Franziska has worked in the water sector for 20 years and her current work focuses on strategic perspectives of water infrastructure provision. This includes climate change adaptation, stormwater management, asset management as well as urban planning and coordination of construction activities related to public services.
She is a Civil Engineering graduate from University of Karlsruhe (Germany). In addition, she holds a master’s degree in International Rural Development from Lincoln University (New Zealand). Before joining HAMBURG WASSER Franziska worked for the Institute of Wastewater Management at the Hamburg University of Technology. There, she earned a doctoral degree on resource efficiency of urban sanitation systems.
Tuesday 9th May, 16:00 – 17:30: 10 Utility Game Changers