Nice to meet you! We are N3XTCODER.
Founder & CEO
Simon is focused on unlocking the full potential of technologies for social innovation. Inspired by the work with nobel peace prize laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus at the Grameen Creative Lab he decided to become a Social Entrepreneur.
"With N3XTCODER we aim to inspire a different digital transformation, a transformation for sustainable development."
Founder & Tech specialist
Jonathan has been developing web applications for almost two decades – lastly as CTO and Director of IT for the Berlin-based startup incubator Team Europe and Vertical Media. Now he is dedicating his expertise in technology development for social innovation.
"Creativity is not a closed-system, but a continuous feedback loop between the creator and the rest of the world. We need to work together to innovate and be resilient to what’s coming next."
Founder & Moderator
Leonhard is a serial social entrepreneur and frequently booked speaker or moderator at international conferences. After working for Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at The Grameen Creative Lab as Head of Academia, he started working on sustainable tech solutions by co-founding N3XTCODER.
"We need to shape the future of digitization in a way that it sets a clear focus on solving the many social problems that we face."
Project Manager & Graphic Designer
Aga graduated from the faculty of International and Political Studies at Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In her 30's, she also discovered her passion for design and she is pursuing this path at N3XTCODER, being also responsible for organising the events.
"Let's join our forces, to make technology break down the barriers instead of building them."
Founder N3XTCODER Impact Studio
Florian is co-founder of the impact studio and passionate about changing the world for the better through financial technology.
Project Manager & Communications
Amelie's passion about topics of sustainability and fairness was ignited while studying in China. She is pursuing her interest in topics of responsibility at N3XTCODER in Berlin as well as TU Munich, where her research revolves around the intersection of data science and feminism.
"'For the women who persist: keep on being bloody difficult' (C. Criado Perez) - a phrase that inspires and empowers me to stand up against social injustice."
Software Engineer & Data Scientist
Amer is a software engineer and data scientist with a passion for designing and building reliable software. He has eleven years of work experience in software development and system engineering. His interests include software architecture, system engineering, distributed systems, object-oriented programming and machine learning.
"'Kings and philosophers shit — and so do ladies.' (Michel de Montaigne)"
"Let’s build tools that make doing the good things simple and enjoyable."
Friederike de Weerth
Passionate about how the narratives around social issues influence our actions and how behavioural design can be applied to overcome social injustices, Friederike joined N3XTCODER in February 2020. She focuses her work on the preparation, implementation and development of various Impact Studio activities.
"In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. (Eric Hoffer)"
Marco supports the team in creating impact with his expertise in full stack development.
UX Designer & Frontend Developer
Lena's passions are both coding and developing strong concepts for digital products that are tailored exactly to the users needs, and therefore create the greatest impact. She especially enjoys creative tasks, visualizing information and putting ideas and thoughts into a logical structure.
"Can we put this into a Miro board?"
Always interested in how to make a change, Julian engaged in the communication and planning of numerous social, educational and environmental projects. At N3XTCODER, he tries to pair the seemingly unmatching: technology and sustainability.
"Our reality of life is more and more shifting from analog to digital. In this transformation, few might write the code, but it's on all of us to write the rules."