About Women in Voice Germany
The German chapter kicked off in October 2019, after being announced at the ‘All About Voice’ Conference. Initiated in Berlin, we are growing fast and already have WiV communities in Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin.
Scroll down to meet the team of WiV Germany and see who is doing what. Feel free to reach out to any of us if you have questions on a specific topic.
WiV DE Newsletter
Background and passion in Computational Linguistics. Cofounder and Lead Conversational UX Designer at Die Lautmaler. Loves to experiment with voicebot gender cliches.
WiV DE Website
VUX Design Lead at Vixen Labs. Passionate about conversational design and everything voice, with a background in UX design, digital strategy, online marketing and project management.
WiV DE Events
I’m a Conversational UX Designer at Die Lautmaler. Coming from Cognitive Linguistics, I’m convinced that understanding how mental concepts are transmitted via language is crucial for human-machine interaction.
WiV DE Social Media
Computational linguist and requirements engineer working in usability engineering for digital products.
Passionate about human and digital voices. Interested in emotion AI, psychology, and cars.
Dr. Laura Dreessen
WiV DE Cologne/Bonn
Background in Theoretical Computational Linguistics and Abstract Language Description. Designing Human-Machine Conversation as a VUI Architect at VUI.agency. Loves to help machines understand human language.
Dr.-Ing. Julia Hoxha
WiV DE Berlin
CEO of Zana, a Berlin-based startup, which she co-founded after spending many years in Research and Academia. Julia is passionate about VoiceTech in healthcare and promoting female-driven initiatives.
WiV DE Frankfurt
Associate in Technology Consulting with focus on Data-Driven Marketing at PwC. Passionate about new communication technologies and pioneer in Voice Marketing. Unleashing her creativity in the kitchen and food blogging.
WiV DE Frankfurt
UX Designer, creating conversational experiences at Triplesense Reply. Fascinated about eavesdropping on elderly people and kids using VUIs; excited about the challenges and opportunities, VUIs offer.