Manuela Ritzheim has been an employee of the Fritz Bauer Institute since its foundation in 1995. She is in charge of administration and project management. Since 2017, she is also the Head of Administration for the Chair for Research on the History and Impact of the Holocaust at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. As part of her activities at the Institute, she is also responsible for bookkeeping and administration of membership data of the Friends’ Association Fritz Bauer Institut e.V.
After her apprenticeship as sign and illuminated advertising manufacturer and as restaurant specialist, Manuela Ritzheim studied project management economics and business administration at the Verwaltungs- und Wirtschaftsakademie Frankfurt am Main. Her final thesis in project management economics was a case study on Hofheim am Taunus entitled »Ideenmanagement zum Erhalt des historischen Stadtkerns, zur Steigerung der Attraktivität des Einkaufsbereiches, zur Strukturverbesserung der ›Oberen Hauptstraße‹ unter Berücksichtigung der marktwirtschaftlichen und verkehrstechnischen Ausgangssituation« [Ideas management for preserving the historic town centre, for increasing the attractiveness of the shopping area, for improving the structure of the ›Obere Hauptstraße‹, taking into account the initial economic and traffic situation.] The topic of her final thesis in business administration was »Die Implementierung des Programmbudgets an wissenschaftlichen Institutionen am Beispiel des Fritz Bauer Instituts« [Program budget implementation in research institutions using the example of the Fritz Bauer Institute]. In 2019, she was elected as Honorary Administrative Judge at the Administrative Court of Frankfurt am Main for five years.
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