Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin
Strategy and Development
Elisabeth Breitkopf-Bruckschen works for the Deutsches Historisches Museum (‘German Historical Museum’), with responsibility for strategy and development. Her duties include a wide-ranging branding process and the reworking of the Museum’s corporate design. Previously, Elisabeth Breitkopf-Bruckschen led the marketing section at the Kölnisches Stadtmuseum (‘Cologne City Museum’) for five years, with responsibility for the in-house visitor service. During the 90s she was a freelance manager in the cultural sector, focussing on marketing and PR. Projects included leading the cultural project “Lomographische Botschaft Berlin” and directing the cultural programme “Länderwoche Berlin” at EXPO 2000, on behalf of the Senate of Berlin. Elisabeth Breitkopf-Bruckschen studied history and German in Münster, Vienna and Berlin, and cultural and media management at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin.