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Stephanie zu Guttenberg

Stephanie zu Guttenberg German economist

German economist
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Intro German economist
A.K.A. Stephanie Gräfin von Bismarck-Schönhausen, Stephanie Freifrau von und zu Gutte...
Is Businessperson Economist
From Germany
Type Business Finance
Gender female
Birth 24 November 1976, Munich, Germany
Age: 43 years
Star sign SagittariusSagittarius
Family
Spouse: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
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Biography

Stephanie Freifrau von und zu Guttenberg (born Stephanie Gräfin von Bismarck-Schönhausen; 24 November 1976) is a German activist against child abuse, and the former president of the German section of Innocence in Danger, a human rights NGO working to protect the rights of children on the Internet and working to restrict the spread of child pornography, and a co-author of a book about these topics.

She is the wife of Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, the former German Minister of Defence, who had to resign due to a scandal, the whole family move to America from Germany to escape scandal. A member of the Bismarck family, she is the great-great-granddaughter of Chancellor Otto, Prince of Bismarck, and great-granddaughter of Foreign Secretary Herbert, Prince of Bismarck. She is also a descendant of Robert Whitehead, the inventor of the torpedo, through her grandfather, the Austrian diplomat Alexander, Count of Hoyos. Through her grandmother Edmée de Loys-Chandieu (1892–1945), wife of Alexander Hoyos, she is a descendant of Swiss and Alsatian families, particularly the de Pourtalès family.

Background

Born in Munich, Stephanie zu Guttenberg is the only daughter of Andreas Graf von Bismarck-Schönhausen and Charlotte Kinberg, a Swedish interior architect with partial Dutch/German ancestry. She has two older half-siblings on her mother's side. Guttenberg grew up bilingual, and in addition to her native German and Swedish, she speaks English, French and Italian.

She attained a vocational certificate in textile engineering (Fashion Business Management) from the private academy Fachakademie für Textil & Schuhe in Nagold, and has worked during her schooling for several textile companies.

On 12 February 2000, she married Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, whom she had met when attending Love Parade in Berlin in 1995. They have two daughters, born in 2001 and 2002.

Activism

From 2009 until 2013, Guttenberg served as President of the German section of Innocence in Danger, an organisation combating child abuse, protecting the rights of children on the Internet, and working to restrict the spread of child pornography.

In September 2010, she published the book Schaut nicht weg! Was wir gegen sexuellen Missbrauch tun müssen, co-written with Anne-Ev Ustorf.

She accompanied her husband when visiting the troops in Afghanistan in December 2010, which drew some criticism from the opposition.

On 24 January 2011, Stephanie zu Guttenberg became Patron of the Deutsche Multiple Sklerose Gesellschaft [de] in Bavaria.

Awards

  • 2010: "Ehrenpreis für Kampf gegen Kindesmissbrauch", Deutscher Kinderpreis [de], World Vision Deutschland [de].

Publications

  • Stephanie zu Guttenberg, Anne-Ev Ustorf, Schaut nicht weg!, Verlag Kreuz, 2010, ISBN 978-3-7831-3485-8

Ancestry

16. His Serene Highness Otto, Prince of Bismarck (1815–1898)
16. His Serene Highness Otto, Prince of Bismarck (1815–1898)
8. His Serene Highness Herbert, Prince of Bismarck (1849–1904)
17. Johanna von Puttkamer (1824–1894)
4. High Born Gottfried, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (1901–1949)
18. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904)
9. Marguerite, Countess of Hoyos (1871–1945)
19. Alice Whitehead
2. Andreas, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1941)
20. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904) (=18)
10. Alexander, Count of Hoyos (1876–1937)
21. Alice Whitehead (=19)
5. Melanie, Countess of Hoyos (1916–1947)
22. Henri, Marquis of Loys-Chandieu
11. Edmée de Loys-Chandieu (1892–1945)
23. Agnes, Countess of Pourtalès
1. Stephanie, Countess of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1976)
24. Karl Johan Leonard Kinberg
12. Erik Waldemar Leonard Kinberg
25. Mathilde Sophia Torngren
6. Jan Pieter Oskar Kinberg (1922–1983)
26. Franz Joseph Leonhard Holzhaus
13. Julie Augusta Maria Holzhaus
27. Anna Caroline Emilie Adelheid Wehmann
3. Charlotte Margareta Kinberg (b. 1951)
14. Erik August Nitzelius (1887–1975)
7. Ulla Margareta Nitzelius (b. 1926)
15. Rut Valborg Cecilia Lindberg (1899–1981)
16. His Serene Highness Otto, Prince of Bismarck (1815–1898)
8. His Serene Highness Herbert, Prince of Bismarck (1849–1904)
17. Johanna von Puttkamer (1824–1894)
4. High Born Gottfried, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (1901–1949)
18. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904)
9. Marguerite, Countess of Hoyos (1871–1945)
19. Alice Whitehead
2. Andreas, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1941)
20. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904) (=18)
10. Alexander, Count of Hoyos (1876–1937)
21. Alice Whitehead (=19)
5. Melanie, Countess of Hoyos (1916–1947)
22. Henri, Marquis of Loys-Chandieu
11. Edmée de Loys-Chandieu (1892–1945)
23. Agnes, Countess of Pourtalès
1. Stephanie, Countess of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1976)
24. Karl Johan Leonard Kinberg
12. Erik Waldemar Leonard Kinberg
25. Mathilde Sophia Torngren
6. Jan Pieter Oskar Kinberg (1922–1983)
26. Franz Joseph Leonhard Holzhaus
13. Julie Augusta Maria Holzhaus
27. Anna Caroline Emilie Adelheid Wehmann
3. Charlotte Margareta Kinberg (b. 1951)
14. Erik August Nitzelius (1887–1975)
7. Ulla Margareta Nitzelius (b. 1926)
15. Rut Valborg Cecilia Lindberg (1899–1981)
8. His Serene Highness Herbert, Prince of Bismarck (1849–1904)
17. Johanna von Puttkamer (1824–1894)
4. High Born Gottfried, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (1901–1949)
18. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904)
9. Marguerite, Countess of Hoyos (1871–1945)
19. Alice Whitehead
2. Andreas, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1941)
20. Georg, Count of Hoyos (1842–1904) (=18)
10. Alexander, Count of Hoyos (1876–1937)
21. Alice Whitehead (=19)
5. Melanie, Countess of Hoyos (1916–1947)
22. Henri, Marquis of Loys-Chandieu
11. Edmée de Loys-Chandieu (1892–1945)
23. Agnes, Countess of Pourtalès
1. Stephanie, Countess of Bismarck-Schönhausen (b. 1976)
24. Karl Johan Leonard Kinberg
12. Erik Waldemar Leonard Kinberg
25. Mathilde Sophia Torngren
6. Jan Pieter Oskar Kinberg (1922–1983)
26. Franz Joseph Leonhard Holzhaus
13. Julie Augusta Maria Holzhaus
27. Anna Caroline Emilie Adelheid Wehmann
3. Charlotte Margareta Kinberg (b. 1951)
14. Erik August Nitzelius (1887–1975)
7. Ulla Margareta Nitzelius (b. 1926)
15. Rut Valborg Cecilia Lindberg (1899–1981)
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