PREMAnet was founded and registered as a non governmental association in 2005 in Bonn, Germany. The Association consists of individual members who are trainers and consultants for PREMA and is governed by a Board which is elected every two years. PREMAnet is also open for institutional members who disseminate PREMA type methods.
Regional Representatives support the Board by acting as links to local members and networks. PREMA® country-networks have been established in Thailand, China, Morocco, Peru and Vietnam.
Currently, PREMAnet has 110 members in 21 countries.
Chair – Dr. Joyce Miller
near Geneva, Switzerland
She is one of the founding members of PREMAnet and been involved in developing PREMA® methodologies since 1996. She studied Political Science, has an MBA, a PhD, and recently embarked on a Master's programme in Coaching and Leadership.
Vice Chair – Martin Felipe Wohlgemuth Pinzón
Martin Felipe Wohlgemuth is Diploma Psychologist, Markets Specialist, and Magister in Business Direction. Martin Felipe is an experienced Sustainability-, CSR-, Productive-, Environmental Management consultant, facilitator, trainer and coach with more than 10 years’ experience in planning, estimating / selling / executing of State funded and multi stakeholder projects. He has successful in the field experience. He is Licensed PREMAnet consultant and trainer. He is also the editor of PREMAnet Newsletter that is read by the membership worldwide.
Treasurer - Dr. Jürgen Hannak
Kotte, Sri Lanka and Berlin, Germany
He has been active in PREMAnet for several years and was involved in the development of methodologies and materials for Good Housekeeping and Chemical management – mainly in South-East Asia and India.
Secretary – Johanna Klein
Barcelona, Spain and Berlin, Germany
Johanna has a Master in Sustainable Development and CSR. She has been active in PREMAnet for several years and was involved in the development of methodologies and materials for PREMA in industrial areas in Ghana.
Edith is one of the founders of PREMAnet. As teamleader of the GTZ P3U project she developed with her team between 1996 and 2006 (on behalf the German Ministry for Economic co-operation) the 4 basic PREMA modules, Profitable Social Management and contributed to Chemical Management methodology. Since then, she has elaborated methods for Profitable and Climate-friendly Management, Sustainable Management of Industrial Areas and Profitable Resource-Efficiency Management Systems.
Latin America: Mabel Rueda (Colombia)