Alexandra Ressel studied pedagogy at the University of Regensburg (2002-2004) and Augsburg (2004-2007) with the focus on elementary education. Since her studies, she has been dealing with the everyday reality of military families, among other things in various term papers and her diploma thesis.
At first, she worked as a freelance lecturer for ‘Deutsch als Fremdsprache’ and in vocational preparation for migrants at various institutes.
From 2008-2010 she worked as a research assistant at the ZFG and in cooperation with the KMBA. She was also responsible, among other things, for the concerns of the family-friendly university. Since 2011, she is employed at the ZFG as a research assistant in cooperation with the KMBA. Furthermore, she is involved in various ongoing projects of the ZFG and responsible for the institute's magazine "Familien-Prisma".
In the context of her work in the cooperation with the KMBA, Ressel is, together with Puhl-Regler, responsible for a longitudinal study, which deals with the value orientations and attitudes of military chaplains (“Wertorientierungen und Einstellungen von Militärseelsorgern und Militärseelsorgerinnen”). Furthermore, she is engaged with the reality of life in military families, with a special focus on the perspective of children and adolescents.
In addition, Ressel is involved in various committees, among others in the WG2 "Familie und Dienst" of the Network of Aid of the Federal Ministry of Defense (BMVg).
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