Community Board Representative Election (open until the 31st of August 2019)
As a member of the Impact Hub Zürich community, you can elect one of the following candidates as representative in our Impact Hub Zürich AG board. The elected candidate will be one of 6 board members of the IHZ AG. She/he will also receive the right to elect board members of the IHZ association.
The Nominees
Curdin Janet

Curdin ist seit 2016 Member und war schon davor als Projektpartner mit dem Impact Hub verbunden. Als langjähriger CEO der Werbeagentur Publicis hat er gemeinsam mit dem Impact Hub Workshop-Module kreiert und angeboten. Heute führt er sein eigenes Startup im Bereich nachhaltige Lebensmittel ( und blieb dem Impact Hub als Member und in diversen Funktionen für hier ansässige Startups erhalten.

Fernanda Barrence Mutz

Fernanda has been a member of the Impact Hub Zurich since 2015, when she initially volunteered as a community host (a.k.a. Hubonaut) at the Viadukt location. Nowadays, you can find her every day at the Colab location, home to The Trip Boutique - the travel-tech startup that she co-founded in 2016 as CEO - and to 5 of its team members. Prior to founding The Trip Boutique, Fernanda spent 10 years working in various advisory and management roles at large corporations in the Americas and in Europe. During her career, Fernanda experienced a variety of businesses from multiple perspectives and managed cross-functional and cross-cultural teams in a global scope. A Brazilian and Swiss citizen, Fernanda holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (UFMG, Brazil) and a Master’s degree in Design (ZHdK - Switzerland), through which she specialized in trends research and innovation strategy. Currently, Fernanda is also part of the Advisory Board of the World Tourism Forum Lucerne.
Fernanda would be honored to join the Impact Hub Zürich AG board to represent the interests of and serve the community she has been an active part of for the past 4 years.

Tobias Wunden

An entrepreneur at heart, Tobias is a former founder in the education technology sector, a strong believer in values, teams and their joint potential, a passionate strategist in the area of business, collaboration, engineering processes as well as digital transformation.

With a lot of love and respect for Impact Hub's and former Colab's endeavor, he was lucky to not only experience but also get the chance to shape Impact Hub's recent history in the role of an active community member. The spirit and network the community provided became both a guiding principles and an endless pool of friendly advice and expertise to solve whatever challenge showed up on the horizon. With growing experience he started supporting other members either directly or through Impact Hub's various offerings and workshops for startups such as the Kickstart Accelerator.

Tobias is convinced that the community is Impact Hub's soul and foundation, its premier product, and the starting point and safety net for many former, current and future entrepreneurs set out to have an impact on our future.

As long as the community remains powerful and healthy, and as long as it is given both the freedom and the support to adjust to whatever our world might look like tomorrow, Impact Hub and its community will be able to stay relevant and provide to its members what entrepreneurs need: Values, guidance and a professional environment to grow impactful ideas into sustainable businesses.

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