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Gabriele Schmeichel (President)
Sabine Frank (Vice-President)
Philippe Gröschel (Treasurer)
Dr. Guido Brinkel
Martin Drechsler, Managing Director FSM e.V.
Sandra Walter [Datenschutz(at)fsm .de]
Lidia de Reese, FSM
Jo Schuler, FSM
Julia Behr, JFF
Dr. Guido Bröckling, JFF
Sophia Mellitzer, JFF
Swenja Wütscher, JFF
Melanie Endler, fragFINN
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