Caspar von Nostitz

There is so much untapped potential within organizations to provide relief in humanitarian and development crises - I aim to help unlock this possibility.

Caspar von Nostitz has been an analyst at Wider Sense since November 2023. In this capacity, he strengthens the effectiveness of societal engagement for foundations, corporations, and social organizations, with a specific emphasis on humanitarian and development issues at both national and international levels.

In the early stages of his career, Caspar von Nostitz actively participated in various volunteer initiatives. As Head of Greece, he orchestrated projects for the NGO STELP in the Aegean Islands and Athens. During his tenure at the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, he played a key role in fortifying the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus within the Department for Peace, Security, and Disaster Risk Reduction. Collaborating with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East deepened his insights into the operations of a multilateral organization. In the procurement department, he provided support for interventions in Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan. Caspar von Nostitz gained valuable consulting experience at the crisis and communication consultancy WOLFFBERG.

Caspar von Nostitz successfully completed the international study program of the Erasmus Mundus Master of International Humanitarian Action at University College Dublin, the University of Deusto, and the German-Jordanian University. During this program, he specialized in the protection of individuals in humanitarian crisis situations and conducted in-depth research, with a specific focus on humanitarian evacuations of persons with physical disabilities from Eastern Ukraine. His academic journey also includes the attainment of a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Cologne, where his thesis delved into the analysis of refugee entrepreneurs in Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon. Prior to his academic pursuits, Caspar von Nostitz achieved success in a comprehensive training program as an insurance and finance clerk.

Why did you choose working for Wider Sense?

Together with Wider Sense, I want to trigger positive momentum to create a win-win situation for society and our clients.

What is a random fact about you?

My wide range of interests can be seen on my bedside table: History of Africa: Reclam non-fiction premium by Winfried Speitkamp & Career Suicide: My first thirty years by Bill Kaulitz, autobiography.