Rouven Steinfeld

Program Head

Passion: To be enganged – with people, ideas, nature, works of art, or…

Rouven heads up the program delivery team at the DO School, curating and implementing the different programs of the DO School’s portfolio, most notably its one year Fellowship Program, the Intrapreneurship Program and the Leading for Impact Program in cooperation with the Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

Prior to joining the DO School, Rouven developed and ran programs for the Dekeyser&Friends Foundation in Geneva. His previous experience in the field of education includes an interactive exhibition project for the Anne Frank Museum in Frankfurt, and working as a teaching assistant in a London school. He has also been involved with a variety of voluntary projects, including organising an aid program for Sudanese refugees in Israel.

Rouven studied at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel specialising in international relations and conflict resolution. He then received his Masters in international history from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Originally from Frankfurt, Rouven now lives in London and Berlin and in his spare time is an enthusiastic cook, hiker and traveller.