Co-Creatives (our team)

We act as a team of co-creatives to best meet your requirements and inform you about all relevant aspects of Open Science Communication, across the research workflow and through publishing your results.

All of us are independent trainers and consultants from four continents with a professional background in science and entrepreneurship. Collaborating with like-minded partners and experts of various disciplines allows us to offer you a range of topics within the fields of Science Communication, Open Science, and Research Innovation.

Louise Bezuidenhout

(en/af/de/nl)
Open Science, Research Management

  • The Hague, The Netherlands
Andre Maia Chagas profile picture

(pt/en/de)
Open Science, Open Hardware, Research Integrity, RRI

  • Brighton, England, UK
Julie Sara Wren

(en/nl)
Health & Wellbeing, Nutrition

  • Antwerp, Belgium
Alicia F Gomez profile pic

(de/es/en)
Open Science, Scholarly Publishing, SciComm

  • Madrid, Spain
Ebuka Ezeike

(ig/en)
Project Manager

  • Kaduna, Nigeria
Martin Delahunty

(en)
Scholarly Publishing

  • London, UK
Aravinth Panch

(ta/en/hi/de/ml/ur/ru)
Open Hardware, RRI, Global Research Equity

  • Berlin, Germany
Duncan Nicholas

(en)
Scholarly Publishing

  • Brighton, UK
Katrin Bringmann

(de/en/fr)
Career Development, Strategic Reading

  • Berlin, Germany
Ansie van der Westhuizen

(af/en/de)
Scholarly Publishing, Research Infrastructure

  • Pretoria, South Africa
Roger Worthington

(en/sa/hi)
Career Development, Research Integrity

  • London, UK
Olle Bergman (†2023)

(se/en/pl)
Career Development, SciComm

  • Eskilstuna, Sweden
Joyce Achampong

(en/fr)
Research Management, Leadership

  • London, UK
Maureen Archer

(en)
Scholarly Writing, ESL

  • Yorktown, VA, USA
Ana Heredia

(es/pt/en/fr)
Scholarly Publishing, Open Science

  • Sao Paulo, Brazil
Farah Hussain

(en/ur/hi)
Leadership, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

  • London, UK
Dasapta Erwin Irawan

(id/en)
Open Science, Open Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence

  • Bandung, Indonesia
Jo Havemann

(de/en/se/fr/sw)
Open Science, Research Management, Reading-Writing-Publishing, Career Development, Research Equity

  • Berlin, Germany
Tina Persson profile picture

(se/en/de)
Career Development, Leadership

  • Malmö, Sweden
Keletso Masisi

(tn/en)
Project Management, Moderation

  • Palapye, Botswana
Jon Tennant (†2020)

(en)
Open Science, Open Access

  • Bali, Indonesia
Ojomu Solomon

Finances (en)

  • Bournemouth, UK
Maria João Machado

(pt/en)
Scholarly Publishing

  • Porto, Portugal
Jigisha Patel 

(en/gu)
Research Integrity, Scholarly Publishing

  • London, UK
Nicholas Outa

(luo/sw/en)
Open Science, Scholarly Reading - Writing - Publishing

  • Kisumu, Kenya
Arthur Nathaniel Mwang’onda

(ny/sw/tum/nyy/en)
Project Management, AI, Internet of Things

  • Blantyre, Malawi
Gareth Dyke

(en/fr/hu)
Scholarly Publishing

  • Budapest, Hungary
Leslie (†2021)

Well-being, Awareness-raising, Work-life balance

  • Berlin, Germany
Rania Mohamed Hassan Baleela

(ar/en/fr)
Open Science, Research Management

  • Ajman Emirate, United Arab Emirates
Verónica Espinoza

(es/en)
Scholarly Publishing, Data Visualization

  • Mexico City, Mexico

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Access 2 Perspectives is a solo entrepreneurial business entity with legal registration in Germany and coordinated by Dr. Johanna Havemann. Over the past 12 years, she has built it towards its current setup as a consulting and training center where professionals in Open Science and open-source, as well as key management sectors, come together to equip researchers and research stakeholders with tools and techniques to balance their own Lives as well as working towards beneficial societal and environmental impact of their research and research services respectively.


We have many Open Science related projects, all of which are open for anyone to contribute and get acknowledged by name according to the CRediT taxonomy. All projects are designed to serve a globally inclusive scholarly community and require a lot of manual and semi-automated maintenance contributions.