Marion Schick

Stefanie Marion Schick ( born Pilnei; born September 5, 1958 in Schrobenhausen ) is a German economist, university teacher and politician ( CDU). She is Chief Human Resources Officer of Deutsche Telekom AG.

From February 24 2010 to May 12, 2011 she was Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport of the State of Baden- Wuerttemberg. Previously, she was a member of the Board of the Fraunhofer -Gesellschaft; there she was for the Board of the " Human Resources and Legal " responsible.

Life and career

Schick made ​​her Abitur in 1977 at the Modern Languages ​​School in Schrobenhausen. She then studied business education, reaching in 1981 a master degree in Commerce teacher at the Ludwig- Maximilians- University in Munich. From 1982 to 1983 she was trainee teacher for teachers at vocational schools. Subsequently Schick to 1987 Research Associate at the University of the Bundeswehr Munich at the Department of Vocational Education. In 1987, she was there to Dr. phil. doctorate.

From 1987 to 1990, Schick personnel development and management trainer at ADAC and Allianz AG. Subsequently it was until 1993 Head of Department in marketing at the optical works Rodenstock.

She was appointed professor of personnel management, cost accounting, general business administration at the University of Munich and elected Vice Dean of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering 1997 1993. From 1999 to 2000 she was Vice President and 2000-2008 President of the University of Applied Sciences Munich. She was from 2006 to 2008 and chairman of the Presidents and Rectors' Conference of the Bavarian colleges (PRK Bavaria).

She was the first woman in Bavaria, which was at the head of a university. The responsible of their reforms was the Centre for Higher Education Development with the title "best practice university 2002". She has published, among others, on issues of curriculum reform at German universities. In April 2008, Schick was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit. In addition, she is the bearer of the Bavarian Constitution Medal in silver.

In February 2010, Schick was Stefan undersecretary appointed as Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports in the government of Baden -Württemberg (Cabinet undersecretary ). The Oberbayerin was initially no party, but joined the CDU ( District Association of Stuttgart) in March 2010. She is divorced and the mother of two children.

Schick is committed to ensuring that primary school students learn how to use digital techniques, such as the smartphone. On this theme, she said: "Today's children have grown up with the smartphone, and they should learn to self-confident and self-determined deal with these new media. "

With the commencement of the government Kretschmann in May 2011 Schick left office and entered the successor of Chief Human Resources Officer Thomas saddle Berger Group German Telekom AG in May 2012. It was thus by Claudia Nemat the second woman on the board of the company, which had set a quota of 30 percent in leadership positions in March 2010.


  • Federal Cross of Merit, 2008
  • Silver badge of honor of the Association of self - Commercial Bayern eV, 2008
  • Bavarian Constitution Medal in Silver, 2008