Who We Are
Daniel Jordi founded LeadersBridge.org and acts as a Board Member and Advisor to several global leaders and startups.
He is a Connector & Catalyst for Visionary Leaders and believes that the world would be a much more human place, if more people lived in alignment with their vision, values & purpose.
That's why, after nine years in the recruitment industry and hiring hundreds of people for his clients and his own teams, he decided to become an entrepreneur.
Over the past 15 years, he spent most of his time connecting what belongs together, empowering leaders to grow their business and career towards more impact and fulfillment.
Daniel has advised more than 250 corporate leaders and entrepreneurs from 29 different nationalities.
Head of Events
Sina Mehl is the Co-Founder of the Inside Out Movement, a company that supports people and businesses to create the results they want while staying relaxed and clear-headed.
Starting her career in HR and leading project teams, she has always seen the huge potential that lies within people. This led her to organizing and facilitating many leadership development seminars in Germany and Switzerland for leaders on all levels – and to her current work as a trainer and coach.
For 5 years now, she has been running projects and events to create a space for like-minded people to connect and to grow themselves and their businesses.
Sina has worked with Tech Startups in Berlin, the MPI in Munich, Fraunhofer Institutes, the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, and more.
When she is not doing trainings or creating new projects, she is traveling the world to gain new perspectives on life.
Head of Community Engagement
Alexis Geronga has always strived to pursue a career with innovative businesses, explore the world and create different works of art.
As a marketing and business development professional, she’s worked for one of the major media companies, a multinational law firm, and one of the top telecommunications company in the Philippines.
Few years after working in a corporate setting, she decided to become a consultant and started advising clients on business development, client development and management, product development, digital media, digital marketing, content management, social media and user experience design, naming a few.
When she is not working as a marketing and business development specialist, you can find her volunteering to medical missions, out traveling and exploring the world, cooking, enjoying the moment while listening to music or doing arts & crafts.
Energetic and spontaneous by nature, Kim appreciates evolving environments where the status quo can be challenged. She is enthusiastic, practical and enjoys working in varied teams that strive to innovate.
Kim is currently the Chief Operating Officer for Landolt & Cie SA where her central role is to drive digital change while creating new levers of development.
When she is not in a board room, she can be found travelling. A great lover of nature and wide open spaces, Kim’s trips are planned according to which wild animals she would like to observe in their natural habitat. So far, she has been to +45 countries and has notably seen polar bears, gorillas, tigers, jaguars, humpback whales, … All her travels have the same effect on her : they make her question things and send her home with new ideas to constantly move forward.
Cathrine Pauli considers her as an “in-betweener”. She belongs to the generation who has grown up without a computer but cannot live today without digital connection. Her curiosity has driven her to think out of the box. She loves innovation and is fascinated by the opportunity the digital transformation and globalization brings to us.
Over the past 15 years she held several management positions in operations and business development for the service industry, mainly with the focus on change and turnaround management. In her last position as the Country CEO, she ran the Swiss organization for one of the largest global companies in food services and facility management.
Next to getting involved in change projects she is active in politics, is thinking about services for the elderly citizens using new technology and is involved as a mother and family person.
Having more than 20 years of experience in all fields of IT, Marius has a solid understanding of different businesses and industries. Having first touch with professional computers as a child in the early 80´s he started his career by designing, building and selling computer networks.
In the mid-90´s – the “dotcom” times – he was assigned to build and operate major German websites and e-commerce platforms. Since then he was restructuring and running IT departments with close touch to the business.
On top of that, he always enjoyed being in charge of topics outside the IT scope such as being the group's risk manager, managing the business setup of a newly created eCommerce business or taking care of the real estate.
While counting himself as a strategical and analytical mind he still enjoys being hands-on, be it in IT or on his classic cars.
"Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish" - Steve Jobs.
Chris Frey an IT executive with focus in digitalization, transformation, innovation and new technologies. He has global experiences in forming new digital services, innovation initiatives, service teams and program portfolio management.
Chris is known for the ability to devise simple and pragmatic solutions to complex problems. Many of the services he had introduced touched untapped and novel areas. He believes that a motivated, curious and cooperative team leads to success. That's how he likes to work.
Mark Seall is Global Head of Digital Communications at Siemens and responsible for transforming communications at Siemens to meet the challenges of the digital era and build a new communications model for the future.
As an experienced leader in digital transformation he considers myself lucky to be a part of the technology revolution that is reshaping our world.
In his previous roles in start-ups as well as large complex organisations, Mark has had extensive experience of the challenges in unlocking the value from technology.