Here writes: Marie-Luise Mähler

70Marie-Luise Mähler worked at MTV or in the press department of the German Embassy in Brussels. Marie-Luise Mähler completed an editorial traineeship at MTV and then studied Romance and English at the University of Potsdam. She was employed in the press department of the German Embassy in Brussels and continued to expand her multilingualism. Then she worked for a large temporary employment agency as an inter-company PR employee in a wide variety of industries. She speaks five languages.

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