This is us:
the 52 heads behind the 1893!

Many of us are real estate professionals, of course.
Logical. We work in a housing association. However, we also have completely different experts in our ranks.
Really good craftsmen, for example. Some are even masters of their trade. We have professionals in architecture, media, finance, digital, management, events and design. And we have really cool hobbies. We combine what we do best and what we love to do best in our 1893. When our soon to be 4.000 members and their families feel comfortable, we have done our job properly.
Then living is living. And that's what we burn for.

1893 work feeling 🚀

Choose your team

All teams
Board of Directors
Fields of experts
Rent a team fairly
Team housing
Team BRAND.Vier
Team tech
Finance team
Team service
Marketing team
Apprentice
Tino Fischer

Master of our data and passionate firefighter.

Katrin Luft

Juggles numbers and balances with yoga.

Bruno Bohn

Leads the team of experts and finds his passion in lean management.

Christine Bethge

She seeks her happiness privately on horseback. At 1893 she is the contact person when it comes to housing.

Franziska Bartz

Always radiant bundle of energy with fair rental talent.

Guido Niehaus

Bold thinker with appeal and a strong left foot. Live the 1893-we feeling at eye level. Lifelong green and white heart for Werder Bremen. Together with Volker Klich he forms our board duo.

Mandy Walther

Fair tenant with heart and grandiose DJane.

Konrad Schultz

Holds the Team Key. Best fair tenant in the world with professional soccer ambitions.

Volker Klich

Brilliant strategist with super powers and a well-stocked bookshelf. Instill courage and power in cooperatives. Again and again red and white heart for Iron Union. Together with Guido Niehaus he forms our board duo.

Kathrin Kleemann

Expert for sustainability and everything beautiful in life.

Marko Reinhardt

Expert on 1893, Zodiac, Cats, Soccer and Family.

Ivonne Führlich

Member confidante in difficult times and smart seamstress.

Ilona Kram

Busy tit with a feel for the beat in the west end and city center.

Julia Georgi

Female power is very important to her. She leads the residential team. Additionally, she is the best cook ever.

Marcel Dube

Rooster in the BRAND.VIER basket and smoker for good fish.

Kerstin Köhler

Calm-souled architect for inside and outside on the way to the Way of St. James.

Sylvia Ulrich

The bricklayer, engineer and multi-tasking master who always laughs.

Heiko Heudis

Energetic tackler with a love of mopeds and boats.

Danny My

The feel-good manager among the caretakers and unbeatable sports connoisseur with a lot of sense for family.

Steven Walter

technicians and tinkerers. Owns thousands of Hot Wheels and a vintage VW Beetle in Mars Red.

Manuela Demmel

Repair Assumption Bee and Books Wormin.

Torsten Hanke

Electro ace and award winner for the tastiest birthday cake.

Andre Drescher

Wields the 1893 Technique Scepter. Electric and smart professional with selfie success guarantee.

Markus Nehring

Risk manager and esports pro.

Kathleen Schwirzer

Operating costs expert and sun worshiper.

Katrin Beutler

Moves mountains of money and throws darts with spin.

Marco Masny

Finow see-through and candy dispenser.

Ralph Micoleizeck

Westend trusts him, the fish not so much.

Reik Parakenings

Keeps order in the Brandenburg Quarter and loves his model railway.

Thomas Koepnick

Keeps the city center and the Leibnizviertel clean and loves good clothes.

Andre Lehmann

Happy about properly separated waste in the Brandenburg Quarter and stay young forever.

Jens Gloeck

Chief of our caretaker clan. Values ​​team spirit and a good football pitch.

Claudia Riethbaum

Put on the fancy marketing hat. Queen of hearts with feel-good manager Anni.

Caroline Breit

Make sure we look good and still dream of the musical.

Janice Fischer

Has the masterful cut in the blood - for films and hairstyles.

Jörg Göricke

Just as happy about the purring of Sauber-Mobil "Reiner" as he is about the purring of his tomcat.

Thorben Wagner

Team player and real estate lover who works for us so that he can soon buy his first sports car.

Years

Feel-good manager.

Franziska Zieske

Real numbers junkie and family man.

Axel Kutz

All-rounder, tree whisperer and carnival fool.

Aileen Jantz

Organization fairy and chaos tamer - preferably in pink.

Antonia Elschner

Mountaineer who loves hiking and has a lot of love for her job and new challenges.

Konrad Paul Mertner

Inquisitive architect and project manager, combining enthusiasm for technology and an open mind.

Heike Pagenkopf

Organizational talent with an unforgettable voice.

Christoffer Weigt

He keeps the residential area in shape and has a passion for classic cars.

Susanne Minge

The best way to find Qi is through yoga and dealing with numbers.

Christian Smith

Caretaker whose passion lies in technology – whether smart home or large engines.

Sandro Rossius

Smart process optimizer and man in black.

Beate Matens

Digitization elf with a sense for spiritual things.

Stefanie Karpe-Schulze

Knows who hasn't paid and loves order above all else.

Guido Niehaus

Bold thinker with appeal and a strong left foot. Live the 1893-we feeling at eye level. Lifelong green and white heart for Werder Bremen. Together with Volker Klich he forms our board duo.

Bruno Bohn

Leads the team of experts and finds his passion in lean management.

Konrad Schultz

Holds the Team Key. Best fair tenant in the world with professional soccer ambitions.

Julia Georgi

Female power is very important to her. She leads the residential team. Additionally, she is the best cook ever.

Sylvia Ulrich

The bricklayer, engineer and multi-tasking master who always laughs.

Andre Drescher

Wields the 1893 Technique Scepter. Electric and smart professional with selfie success guarantee.

Katrin Beutler

Moves mountains of money and throws darts with spin.

Jens Gloeck

Chief of our caretaker clan.
Values ​​team spirit and a good football pitch.

Claudia Riethbaum

Put on the fancy marketing hat.
Queen of hearts with feel-good manager Anni.

Thorben Wagner

Team player and real estate lover who works for us so that he can soon buy his first sports car.

Volker Klich

Brilliant strategist with super powers and a well-stocked bookshelf. Instill courage and power in cooperatives. Again and again red and white heart for Iron Union. Together with Guido Niehaus he forms our board duo.

Tino Fischer

Master of our data and passionate firefighter.

Mandy Walther

Fair tenant with heart and grandiose DJane.

Christine Bethge

She seeks her happiness privately on horseback. At 1893 she is the contact person when it comes to housing.

Kerstin Köhler

Calm-souled architect for inside and outside on the way to the Way of St. James.

Torsten Hanke

Electro ace and award winner for the tastiest birthday cake.

Kathleen Schwirzer

Operating costs expert and sun worshiper.

Andre Lehmann

Happy about properly separated waste in the Brandenburg Quarter and stay young forever.

Janice Fischer

Has the masterful cut in the blood - for films and hairstyles.

Aileen Jantz

Organization fairy and chaos tamer - preferably in pink.

Markus Nehring

Risk manager and esports pro.

Franziska Bartz

Always radiant bundle of energy with fair rental talent.

Ilona Kram

Busy tit with a feel for the beat in the west end and city center.

Marcel Dube

Rooster in the BRAND.VIER basket and smoker for good fish.

Manuela Demmel

Repair Assumption Bee and Books Wormin.

Franziska Zieske

Real numbers junkie and family man.

Thomas Koepnick

Keeps the city center and the Leibnizviertel clean and loves good clothes.

Caroline Breit

Make sure we look good and still dream of the musical.

Heike Pagenkopf

Organizational talent with an unforgettable voice.

Katrin Luft

Juggles numbers and balances with yoga.

Ivonne Führlich

Member confidante in difficult times and smart seamstress.

Konrad Paul Mertner

Inquisitive architect and project manager, combining enthusiasm for technology and an open mind.

Heiko Heudis

Energetic tackler with a love of mopeds and boats.

Susanne Minge

The best way to find Qi is through yoga and dealing with numbers.

Reik Parakenings

Keeps order in the Brandenburg Quarter and loves his model railway.

Years

Feel-good manager.

Sandro Rossius

Smart process optimizer and man in black.

Marko Reinhardt

Expert on 1893, Zodiac, Cats, Soccer and Family.

Kathrin Kleemann

Expert for sustainability and everything beautiful in life.

Beate Matens

Digitization elf with a sense for spiritual things.

Ralph Micoleizeck

Westend trusts him, the fish not so much.

Antonia Elschner

Mountaineer who loves hiking and has a lot of love for her job and new challenges.

Steven Walter

technicians and tinkerers. Owns thousands of Hot Wheels and a vintage VW Beetle in Mars Red.

Marco Masny

Finow see-through and candy dispenser.

Stefanie Karpe-Schulze

Knows who hasn't paid and loves order above all else.

Axel Kutz

All-rounder, tree whisperer and carnival fool.

Jörg Göricke

Just as happy about the purring of Sauber-Mobil "Reiner" as he is about the purring of his tomcat.

Danny My

The feel-good manager among the caretakers and unbeatable sports connoisseur with a lot of sense for family.

Christoffer Weigt

He keeps the residential area in shape and has a passion for classic cars.

Christian Smith

Caretaker whose passion lies in technology – whether smart home or large engines.

supervisory board

The 1893 Board of Directors

The tasks of the supervisory board include monitoring the work of the management board.
The supervisory board is elected by the assembly of representatives.

Our 1893 Board of Directors consists of six people:

Jürgen Faust (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)
Jacqueline Kram
Lutz Graupner
Prof. Dr. Jan Koenig
Martin Hoeck
Anne Ludewig

Jugen Faust
Jurgen Faust

Cooperative professional with passion and the wish that everyone wants to live at 1893.

Jurgen Faust

1. Why are you 1893 Board of Directors?

At a time when the cooperative was in transition, I was asked if I wanted to help shape the future. And I wanted.

2. How long have you been on the 1893 board of directors?

Since 2017

3. What connects you to the 1893?

Heart's blood now.

4. What connects you to Eberswalde?

Eberswalde is now the center of my life. A city that has changed for the better and that offers opportunities for design and development.

5. With what skills do you support the supervisory board team?

I bring experience from different functions in different cooperatives.

6. How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the supervisory board?

I am goal oriented, stubborn, straightforward, honest, a team player.

7. What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

I would like everyone who is interested in Eberswalde to want to live with 1893. I would like to be a reliable partner for the members of the cooperative and I am committed to healthy rent pricing.

8. Where do you see the 1893 in five years and in ten years?

1893 is then the best and most popular housing company in Eberswalde - with a housing stock that has grown through new construction.

Lutz Graupner
Lutz Graupner

Tax fox, for whom BRAND.VIER is a real game changer.

Lutz Graupner

1. Why are you 1893 Board of Directors?

I was asked by another member of the supervisory board if I was interested in working because the supervisory board was looking for commercial know-how.

2. How long have you been on the 1893 board of directors?

Since 2016

3. What connects you to the 1893?

As the Supervisory Board, we accompany and support the process of renewal. The development makes me proud and I see many opportunities for the 1893 and its members.

4. What connects you to Eberswalde?

I have been working in Eberswalde since 1992. I have been working here as a tax consultant since 2002.

5. With what skills do you support the supervisory board team?

I bring business and tax knowledge with me.

6. How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the supervisory board?

As a tax office, we advise around 150 commercial companies. After 20 years as a tax consultant, a certain wealth of experience has accumulated. I try to contribute my knowledge and experience constructively to the Supervisory Board meetings. I think in a solution-oriented manner and have the cooperative's success in mind.

7. What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

There are exciting projects of the cooperative in the Brandenburg Quarter. BRAND.VIER could become a game changer in this quarter. That would be great for the city and the people in the neighborhood. But the other residential areas should also have more quality of life for the members.

8. Where do you see the 1893 in five years and in ten years?

Eberswalde will benefit from the influx and the members of our cooperative will also change. The focus should continue to be on cooperative cooperation.

Jacqueline Kram
Jacqueline Kram

Real Eberswalder with a sense of home and a feel for numbers and challenges.

Jacqueline Kram

1. Why are you 1893 board member?

I would like to contribute and help shape my previous professional and private experiences. I'm also interested in the housing industry. I come from a completely different field.

2. How long have you been a 1893 board member?

Since 2020

3. What connects you to the 1893?

In 1986 I moved with my parents to what was then the AWG in the Brandenburg Quarter. Those were the last blocks of flats that were built in the district. I have been a member of the cooperative myself since 2006 and moved into my first own apartment with what was then the WBG.

4. What connects you to Eberswalde?

I was born in Eberswalde, grew up and also work in Eberswalde. My hometown.

5. With what skills do you support the supervisory board team?

I would like to support the team with my professional skills in the field of finance. And I can contribute my own experience as a manager.

6. How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the supervisory board?

I'm always open to new challenges and I think the 1893 still has many more to come.

7. What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

The cooperative is on a new path and I would like to contribute to achieving the goals.

8. Where do you see the 1893 in five years and in ten years?

The 1893 will continue to be very active and evolving – both internally and externally. The following topics will play a role: the development of the Brandenburg Quarter (BRAND.VIER), the digitization of the working world and the digitization of residential areas.

Martin Hoeck
Martin Hoeck

Dedicated local politician and a child of what he calls his favorite city.

Martin Hoeck

1. Why are you 1893 Board of Directors?

I have lived with the cooperative for over 20 years and I think that the 1893 has developed very positively, especially in recent years, and exudes a new dynamic. I would like to be part of that.

2. How long have you been on the 1893 board of directors?

Since 2019

3. What connects you to the 1893?

I've lived with the cooperative since 1998 - that's the longest time of my life.

4. What connects you to Eberswalde?

Eberswalde is my birthplace, hometown and favorite town. The development of the city is therefore very important to me.

5. With what skills do you support the supervisory board team?

With experience and a political network. Before I became a member of the supervisory board at 1893, I had already been an honorary member of the supervisory boards of two other companies for five years – one of which was also a housing association. I have been active in local politics in Eberswalde since 2006. In addition, since 1990 I have lived in the Brandenburg Quarter, the district in which 1893 has its largest housing stock.

6. How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the supervisory board?

I am a very optimistic and positive thinking person who would like to actively shape the future.

7. What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

I would like to help make 1893 the first address for people looking for an apartment in Eberswalde.

8. Where do you see the 1893 in five years and in ten years?

In five years, the 1893 will have almost 100 percent occupancy. In ten years it will be the most innovative and modern housing cooperative in all of Brandenburg.

Anne Ludewig
Anne Ludewig

Eberswalde returnee who wants to advance the digital. Sharing is a matter close to her heart.

Anne Ludewig

1. Why are you 1893 board member?

I think it's very nice to be able to make a difference and to be part of the development of the 1893.

2. How long have you been a 1893 board member?

I started in June 2023 and have been a member of the supervisory board ever since.

3. What connects you to the 1893?

At that time, my uncle was the caretaker at the Eberswalde-Finow housing association. That's what the 1893 was called before. After training as a hotel manager, I lived in Baden-Württemberg for a number of years. Family and “home” drew me back in 2018. I was looking for a nice and cozy apartment where I could settle in well. My family told me that the 1893 ring road was redeveloped. The first appointment was so fresh, colourful, uncomplicated and funny. That's when I knew: I'm in the right place.

4. What connects you to Eberswalde?

In short: home and family. In addition, the peace and at the same time the proximity to the cities.

5. With what skills do you support the supervisory board team?

I bring in the tenant's perspective and perhaps young ideas. I also work as a trainer and coach for various companies and hopefully I can also support them with this knowledge.

6. How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the supervisory board?

I'm young, creative, motivated and sometimes a bit unstructured. Others might call it chaotic ;-)

7. What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

I would like to be part of the further development and support it. I would like to push the digital further. Away from four keys in the house to a soft key locking system. I want to create sharing spaces and wifi for all members. E-mobility and the current parking situation are also very important to me.

8. Where do you see the 1893 in five years and in ten years?

The 1893 will expand and attract attention with creative living concepts in Eberswalde and the surrounding area. And she will have a fleet of vehicles that she shares with the members.

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Prof. Dr. Jan Koenig
Prof. Dr. Jan Koenig

Why are you on the 1893 supervisory board?

I was asked by the supervisory board if I would like to work with them. I hadn't expected that and had to think about it first. But it gives me the opportunity to shape and advance Eberswalde together with the entire 1983 team. That is my aim and motivation.

 

Since when have you been a member of 1893’s supervisory board?

Since the end of June 2024.

 

What connects you with the 1893?

In the past, I have experienced 1893 as a source of inspiration in many areas - especially in the development of the Brandenburg Quarter. There were ideas and a desire to create. I find this positive kind of will and openness convincing and I associate it with 1893.

 

What connects you to Eberswalde?

Eberswalde is the place where my family and I have lived the longest. It is therefore our home.

 

What skills do you bring to support the supervisory board team?

I think I can look at things quite well from different perspectives, whether analytically looking at the numbers or more from a social perspective. Otherwise, of course, I bring with me my accumulated experience and contacts.

 

How would you describe yourself: Why are you a good fit for 1893 as a member of the Supervisory Board?

Because we have a similar nature – we are open to new ways and approach challenges thoughtfully and actively in order to make things positive.

 

What do you want to achieve with the 1893?

As the supervisory board, we accompany and support the management board and thus the operational development. Our aim and task is therefore to continue to support this very positive development in the best interests of the cooperative and its members.

 

Where do you see 1893 in five and ten years?

As a healthy and successful cooperative that has mastered every change process – with satisfied members, a committed team and a solid financial foundation.