The employees of sensiQoL AG advise and train homes for the disabled, workshops, other social institutions and authorities.
Managing director and co-owner
David Oberholzer studied special education, business administration and social pedagogy at the University of Zurich. He is a trained primary school teacher with several years of professional experience at various school levels. At the University of Zurich he worked as a project manager and collaborator at the Special research area and was a member of the management and head of the department «Children and young people with special needs» at CURAVIVA Switzerland.
Project management, finances and co-owner
Michael Früh studied Business Administration and International Financial Management. He has several years of experience as CFO of a Swiss SME and worked for four years at the Winterthur Institute for Health Economics. In this function he was involved in business consulting and research projects for hospitals, nursing homes, health insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies.
Projects & Consulting (freelance employee)
Florian Mühler studied psychology with a focus on health psychology, special educational psychology and cognitive psychology. He has many years of practical experience working with people with disabilities in various institutions. For three years he worked as a scientific assistant at the University of Zurich with a focus on «Burnout among employees of disabled persons». During this time he developed together with sensiQoL a questionnaire to measure the satisfaction of employees in social institutions.
Project management, training and co-owner
René Stalder studied special education, business administration and social pedagogy at the University of Zurich . He is a trained primary school teacher with several years of professional experience. After completing his studies, he worked as a research assistant at the Swiss Special Education Centre Foundation (Stiftung Schweizer Zentrum für Heil- und Sonderpädagogik, SZH) and as a third-party-funded collaborator on two cooperative research projects at the University of Zurich.
Projects & Consulting
Monika Reisel studied special education, neuropsychology and psychopathology of childhood and adolescence at the University of Zurich . After completing her studies, she worked for several years in various institutions in the field of children and as scientific assistant at the Institute of Education at the University of Zurich and as a research assistant for the Swiss Association for Post Polio Syndrome (Schweizerischen Interessengemeinschaft für das Post-Polio-Syndrom, SIPS) of the Schweizerische Vereinigung der Gelähmten - Association Suisse des Paralysés ASPr-SVG.