Julia is Terry's head of office and supervises Terry's work in the Committee on Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Previously, she worked in public relations and online communications for the German Green Delegation in the European Parliament, the Europan Green Party and Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, and was a freelance EU funding consultant. Julia studied European studies and politics and international studies (MSSc) in Maastricht, Istanbul and Uppsala. She speaks German, English, Dutch and Spanish and is striving to improve her Russian. Julia is a board member of the Brussels chapter of Bündnis/90 Die Grünen.


Sebastian coordinates Terry's political work and is the contact person for external requests. He is also responsible for LGBTIQ* issues and the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs. Previously, Sebastian worked for various members of the German Bundestag and European Parliament. He did his doctorate in political sociology at the University of Mainz and completed his studies in political and administrative science in Konstanz, Coimbra and Barcelona. Sebastian is a passionate supporter of the Eurovision Song Contest. Born in Southeast Westphalia, he represents the North Rhine-Westphalia group in the Brussels office.


Katrin looks after Terry's political work in the Committee for Women's Rights and Gender Equality and is also responsible for press and public relations. (to be continued)


Felix manages the NRW European Office in Düsseldorf, where he coordinates state political activities, maintains contact with citizens and stakeholders in the state and federal government, and coordinates appointments and events in Germany. He studied political science in Duisburg-Essen, was part of the General Students' Committee(for far too long)and then worked for the Greens in the Wesel district. Felix has been a party member of the Greens since 2006 and has been spokesman for the Greens in Duisburg since 2018.


Patrick heads Terry's regional office in the Ruhr area. In Gelsenkirchen he is also managing director of the district association Bündnis/90 Die Grünen and is active in several municipal committees. Outside of Gelsenkirchen, Patrick is an active member of the Executive board Committee of the network, which aims at a fair debt relief for developing countries. Patrick studied political science, history and economics in Duisburg-Essen.