Anja Pelzer Brennholt

Anja Pelzer-Brennholt holds a Law Degree with a focus in International Law and Human Rights Law, a Master’s degree in Humanitarian Assistance and is a certified mediator. She has been working as a lawyer for a German Research Organization since 1999, is currently enrolled in the Master’s program in Positive Psychology at Life University and volunteers as a docent for the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta. When doing project work with the Center’s CEO, she met researchers of the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics at Life University and has been intrigued by the power and impact of Compassion and Integrity Training (CIT) ever since then. “I really believe in CIT. Based on inclusive values it is universally applicable and can have a major impact particularly in diverse environments. Not just the people who undergo the training will profit, but the systems they live and work in!”