Ursula Oberhollenzer

Ursula Oberhollenzer

She is the Secretary General of the International CSR Dialogforum. Ursula’s career trajectory reflects her commitment to sustainability and communication. Currently, Ursula serves as the Vice President of the “Österreichischer Gewerbeverein” (ÖGV), where she has been an Expert for Sustainability from 2019 to 2023. She has been a Member of the Administrative Board of ÖGV since 2015. Additionally, Ursula is actively involved with the CSR Dialogforum, an NGO accredited and in consultative status at the United Nations, where she has held the position of Secretary General since January 2023. She oversees overall communication activities and the organization of collaborations, board members, activities, and projects.

Her educational background includes a University Masterclass in “CSR & Ethical Management” at Fachhochschule of bfi Vienna and a university course in Culture Management at the “Institut für Kulturkonzepte.” Ursula holds a diploma in Project Management from WIFI Vienna and has pursued studies at Universität Wien, specializing in French and History.

Ursula is a highly engaged professional with a strong focus on sustainability in all its aspects. Her capabilities include connecting people, projects, and ideas, demonstrating high creative and communicative potential. With a strategic and interconnected thinking approach, she combines a service-oriented mindset with a highly professional approach.

Prior to her current position, Ursula was a Member of the Management Board at ECCOStandards & More KG from 2019 to 2023, where she was responsible for Sales & Communication. She played a key role in business development and managed communication activities related to eccos22®️ Management Assessment. Ursula is also the owner of blue cube, a Marketing Agency based in Vienna since 2007. In this capacity, she has been a lecturer for sustainability, engaged in SDG projects, and has worked on various sustainability projects for SMEs. Her freelance journalism includes contributions to BusinessArt Magazine from 2015 to 2018.

Notably, Ursula received the “Exceptional Women of Excellence” award from All Ladies League & Women Economic Forum in The Hague in 2018. She is an Austrian national, fluent in German (native), and also possesses very good knowledge of English and French.