Christine Uhlmann studied Catholic theology and education at the Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen, and at St. Joseph's Theological Institute, Cedara, South Africa. Parallel to her studies she worked for the Loquenz Kolleg as a lecturer in qualifications and further education.
After many years of professional experience in children's and youth work, an additional master's degree in education management and a three-year stay abroad in Athens, she started working for SINUS-Akademie in 2012. Here she was first a freelance speaker, since 2014 deputy director, and since 2019 she has been the head of our further education institution. In addition, she is a trainer and moderator in youth and adult education and has a teaching assignment in the social studies department at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University.
Her main topics are family, youth, church, volunteering and career orientation.
As a mother of six children, one would think that free time is a foreign word to her. But with her incomparable organizational skills, she always finds time for reading, sports, and the occasional trip.
Timmermanns, Stefan / Thomas, Peter Martin / Uhlmann, Christine (2017): Das sich etwas ändert und sich etwas ändern kann. Ergebnisse der LSBTQJugendstudie „Wie leben lesbische, schwule, bisexuelle und trans Jugendliche in Hessen?“. Wiesbaden: Hessischer Jugendring. Online: https://www.hessischer-jugendring.de/fileadmin/user_upload/pdf/Dokumentation/LSBTQ_Jugendstudie_Publikation_20171127_gesamt_web.pdf