The new EMScom Alumni Association's Executive Committee works closely with the EMScom program to further enhance networking among alumni and to provide a knowledge exchange platform to its members on an international level.


 Martin Radke, Owner, Radtke Kommunikation, EMScom18

Martin Radtke runs his own Communication Consultant Company, Radtke Kommunikation, in Uster, close to Zurich. For some clients, he works as Head of Communications and provides services such as strategic consultancy, media relations, branding, marketing communications, fund raising, internal communications and corporate publishing. The clients work in the different fields health, transportation, education and IT. For almost every mandate his special knowledge and wide experience in cross media public relations is required. Martin strongly believes that intercultural exchange, shared thoughts and different views are important for better solutions. Therefore, he will help to provide platforms where EMScom-Alumni-networkers can meet, learn, refresh, talk – and have some fun.



Kornelia Kneissl, Managing Partner K2K GmbH, EMScom10
Vice President

Kornelia Kneissl is managing partner of K2K GmbH, where she manages change management projects with the tools of communications.

"I strongly believe that innovation is teamwork. Networking therefore is a key element to foster innovation and excellence. I have been engaged in the field of society and change (Think Tank Build Europe, Wirtschaftsbeirat Bayern) for several years and see important potential in a hands-on form of ernational cooperation. We also work quite closely with TUM Technische Hochschule München and the Business School IMD in Lausanne. So I think I could contribute with relevant network and experience. Having worked with people and partners worldwide, valuing the diversity of cultures and nationalities, I would like to focus on building an international and open community, e.g. by using digital tools and platforms and by giving reasons to appreciate the cross-cultural exchange within the community."



Kevin Hansen, Principal Business Consultant, Infocentric Research AG, EMScom17
Vice President

Kevin Hansen is working as Principal Business Consultant at Infocentric Research AG, Baden. In his role he advises clients in and guides them through digital transformation initiatives from strategy to implementation. He focuses on change management, communication and business processes, bridging Business & IT to deliver solutions that generate value across the whole organization. In addition, Kevin has recently been appointed to manage all internal and external communication matters of Infocentric.

« I believe in the value and the power of the EMScom Alumni Association and its members. Seeing, feeling and experiencing the energy, dedication and motivation of the EMScom working group to redefine the community and reignite what is possible, is something that I have been missing the last couple of years. My motivation is to sit in the driving seat helping to shape the future of our association and to continue what we have started in October last year. »



Matthias Müller, EMScom17

Matthias Müller is Senior Strategic Consultant at Notch Interactive AG in Zürich. In his role he has developed communication-, social- and content strategies for national and international brands. Further he is specialised in brand positioning development, brand-management projects, deployment of consumer-, market- or brand-insights. His clients experience include banking, insurance, consumer goods, energy and utilities, pharmaceuticals and automotive. He is part of the Account Planning Group Switzerland and lecturer for brand and content strategies. Matthias strongly believes that in times of communication transformation the value and power of the alumni- network is key in order to connect the right communication people. He is eager to bring his communication insights in to the EMScom network in order to sustain the quality and value of the alumni association.



Ilaria Juon, Alumni Relations Officer

Ilaria Juon was born and raised in Lugano. She studied at the Tourism Management School in Bellinzona where she graduated in January 2002. She lived in New York City for one year while completing an internship in the hospitality industry. Upon her return to Lugano, she started working for the EMScom. She joined the Executive MScom in April 2002 and her function as Program Manager has been instrumental in fostering the growth and success of the program. Ilaria is the so-called "glue" that keeps the program running smoothly from day to day, year to year. Her passions include scuba diving, skiing, hiking, traveling, reading and dog training.