Dawid Wroblewski – President 2012

Dawid Wroblewski holds Bachelor diploma from Warsaw School of Economics where he studied Economics and specialized in Microeconomic Analysis. To fulfil duties of oikos International President, Dawid is currently taking a gap year from his Master studies of Law&Economics at the same university. Since 2008 he has been an active member of oikos Warsaw and has been involved in many projects organized by the Chapter, among others the oikos Autumn Meeting 2010. During academic year of 2010/2011 Dawid was serving as the President of oikos Warsaw. His particular sustainability interests evolve around issues concerning transportation and impactful implementations of cleantech solutions. Dawid is a keen traveller and counts hiking among his  favourite free time activities.


Christian Bärtsch

Christian Bärtsch studies Economics at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. He became an active member of oikos St. Gallen in 2010, where he co-lead a team, takling carbon emissions at the University of St. Gallen. His interest in sustainability is closely linked with his passion for entrepreneurship. He helped to start up the start-up company UrbanFarmers. UrbanFarmers provide farming solutions for urban areas. Now he works for Impact Economy in Lausanne at their sustainability Strategy team. In his freetime he likes to hike, to run and to cook delicious meals.
Christian is responsible for german-speaking Chapters in St. Gallen, Constance, Graz and Tübingen.


Eike Haas

Eike Haas studies Business Economics and Management at Witten/Herdecke University, Germany, and also joined the MBA exchange program of IPADE, Mexico. He became a member of oikos in 2008, and was elected as president of oikos Witten/Herdecke in 2009. After two years, Eike decided to join the oikos International Executive Board. He was designated board member in 2011, and was re-elected for the following term. Besides regular tasks, Eike contributed to several projects, such as the oikos FutureLab, the oikos Bachelor Thesis Award, and the oikos Climate Curricula Challenge. Prior to studying in Witten, Eike worked for PlaNet Finance, a leading Microfinance Group, at their offices in France and in India. He also gained work experience within the field of carbon emissions when issuing three Product Carbon Footprints for the leading industrial bakery in Germany. Eike’s hobbies are acting, playing piano, and soccer.

Eike is responsible for the oikos Chapters in Brussels, Cologne, Maastricht, Paris, Reims and Witten.


Katarzyna Negacz

Kate Negacz has studied International Economics at the Warsaw School of Economics and Law at  the University of Warsaw, Poland. At present, she takes part in an exchange program at NCCU, Taipei in Taiwan.  As a person strongly involved in the social aspects of sustainability, she became a member of oikos Warsaw 5 years ago. Her interests in sustainable competitiveness indexes and environmental risk management are closely connected with the sustainable development. She was an organiser and a participant of many oikos programs. She was the oikos president in 2009.

Kate is guiding the group of Chapters from Western Europe and Northern America ‘WE & US – CAN’, which included: Vancouver, Penn, London, Belfast, Newcastle, St. Andrews and Barcelona.

Nora Locskai

Nora Locskai is a student in International Economics and Business from Budapest, Hungary – currently based in Brussels where she is working in the field of European social policy.
In 2009 she co-founded the oikos local chapter at Corvinus-University of Budapest and in  2011 she joined the oikos Executive Board. Now she is responsible for communication with Chapters in Warsaw, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Zagreb and Tbilisi.

Nora is preparing her MA thesis on socially sustainable business models which is the focus of her interest within sustainability.


Pranav Gajjar

Pranav Gajjar is studying Architecture at Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology, Ahmedabad, INDIA. As an architecture student his interest in sustainability focuses on the built environment. However he is also keen on exploring the potential of recycling and reusing as a tool to bring about change. He has explored this inclination by recycling paper on campus and will try to upscale the initiative. Besides, his other interests are swimming, drawing and photography.

Pranav together with Kate is responsible for oikos Chapters in Ahmedabad, Chennai, Dhaka, Kolkata and New Delhi.


Salik Shadab

Salik is an Associate Private Banker with a global wealth management firm based out of Mumbai, India. He holds a Master of Business Administration, with a focus on Economics & Strategic Management, from the Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata. Prior to this, he completed his Bachelor of Management Studies from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai where he specialised in Corporate Finance & Econometrics. During his studies, he developed a keen interest in Business Sustainability, Emissions Trading & Environmental Economics. He has authored several papers on environmental issues plaguing India as well as on business opportunities addressing sustainability concerns.
Salik has been with oikos for more than 2 years. He was the President of oikos Kolkata, involved in multiple projects aimed at energy reduction, waste management, environment conservation & integration of sustainability in management curriculum.

Salik is responsible for oikos Chapters in Clausthal, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Paderborn, Moscow and Monrovia.