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Johanna Borstner

Office & Events Manager | borstner@ipinst.org

Johanna Borstner has been Office Manager at IPI’s office in Vienna since October 2010. She manages the front office and is the first point of contact for visitors. Johanna is also responsible for bookkeeping, scheduling, and travel arrangements. She works closely with the Director of the Vienna office and assists with the organization of events.

Prior to joining IPI, Johanna studied English at the City University of New York (BMCC) and received an associate’s arts degree (honors) in writing and literature. During her studies, she worked as a Writing Assistant and English Tutor on campus. Johanna also has a passion for art and worked at two design galleries in Brooklyn, as well as the Austrian Cultural Forum New York.



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