Yasmin Weiß

Expert on Future of Work and Future Skills

Yasmin Weiß

Expert on Future of Work and Future Skills

Yasmin Mei-Yee Weiß is a business administration professor at the Technical University of Nuremberg, start-up founder, political advisor and one of the youngest multi-supervisory board members in Germany. In 2017, the business magazine Capital selected her as one of the TOP 40 under 40 in Germany in science and society. Yasmin Mei-Yee Weiß (*1978) grew up in a German-Chinese family. After studying and earning her doctorate in economics at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and the renowned Ecole Supérieure de Commerce in Nice, she began her career in 2005 as a management consultant at Accenture. From 2006 to 2014, she worked as a human resources manager for the BMW Group, holding various positions including human resources strategy and policy and human resources management for BMW China. Since 2011, she has held the position of Professor of Human Resources and Organisation at the Technical University of Nuremberg, and since 2015 she has been an adjunct lecturer in Diversity Management at the Technical University of Berlin. Yasmin Weiß is a member of the supervisory and advisory boards of various companies. She has been a member of the advisory board of BLG Logistics Group since 2017 and a member of the supervisory board of Zeppelin Group since 2018. She has been on the supervisory board of Bayerische Beamten Lebensversicherung since 2019 and on the supervisory board of United Internet AG since 2020. Yasmin Weiß is co-founder of the social start-up Yoloa, which prepares young people for the opportunities of digitalisation and the labour market 4.0. Yasmin Weiß is a member of senior political advisory bodies. Between 2014 and 2018, she was a member of the Foreign Trade Advisory Council of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel appointed her to the Federal Government's Innovation Steering Committee in 2014 and since 2017 she has been a member of the FDP's Economic Forum led by Christian Lindner. She is a patron of the BayFid programme, with which the Bavarian Digital Ministry promotes female talents in the digital sector.

About Yasmin Weiß

Yasmin Mei-Yee Weiß is a business administration professor at the Technical University of Nuremberg, start-up founder, political advisor and one of the youngest multi-supervisory board members in Germany. In 2017, the business magazine Capital selected her as one of the TOP 40 under 40 in Germany in science and society.

Yasmin Mei-Yee Weiß (*1978) grew up in a German-Chinese family. After studying and earning her doctorate in economics at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and the renowned Ecole Supérieure de Commerce in Nice, she began her career in 2005 as a management consultant at Accenture. From 2006 to 2014, she worked as a human resources manager for the BMW Group, holding various positions including human resources strategy and policy and human resources management for BMW China.

Since 2011, she has held the position of Professor of Human Resources and Organisation at the Technical University of Nuremberg, and since 2015 she has been an adjunct lecturer in Diversity Management at the Technical University of Berlin.

Yasmin Weiß is a member of the supervisory and advisory boards of various companies. She has been a member of the advisory board of BLG Logistics Group since 2017 and a member of the supervisory board of Zeppelin Group since 2018. She has been on the supervisory board of Bayerische Beamten Lebensversicherung since 2019 and on the supervisory board of United Internet AG since 2020. Yasmin Weiß is co-founder of the social start-up Yoloa, which prepares young people for the opportunities of digitalisation and the labour market 4.0.

Yasmin Weiß is a member of senior political advisory bodies. Between 2014 and 2018, she was a member of the Foreign Trade Advisory Council of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel appointed her to the Federal Government's Innovation Steering Committee in 2014 and since 2017 she has been a member of the FDP's Economic Forum led by Christian Lindner. She is a patron of the BayFid programme, with which the Bavarian Digital Ministry promotes female talents in the digital sector.

Topics

  • Future of Work and Work 4.0
  • Future Skills
  • Digital Leadership & Leading Digital Talents
  • Diversity Management and Innovation
  • Women in top management positions
  • China as a technological superpower
  • Cooperation with the Chinese