Originally from the mountains of the canton of Graubünden, I now live on the idyllic Lake Sempach. Skiing is my biggest passion and as I’m crazy about sport, choosing the Sport course at the Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality was an easy decision. During this apprenticeship, I raced for the FIS British National Ski Team. However, chronic injury forced me to hang up my ski boots.
After completing a business apprenticeship, I gained a range of valuable experience as a customer advisor at a fitness gym in Zurich, as trainee radio presenter, on a six-month trip around the world and in assistant roles working for an insurance broker. My roles also included sales jobs, temporary work in catering and a job as a ski instructor. I am currently working for an asset manager in the heart of Zurich while I complete my training to become a bso coach/supervisor in Luzern at the same time.
I still enjoy taking part in amateur ski races and I love the adrenaline rush when I’m leaving my comfort zone and plummeting down the Schilthorn, for example. As an extrovert, I get a great deal of my energy from talking to people, which explains why family, friends, travel and the occasional trip to a festival all mean so much to me.
Being able to help people on their way, to watch them grow, create value and progress is something that is very close to my heart.