Mareice Kaiser, Journalistin
Mareice Kaiser, born in 1981, lives in Berlin and on the internet. After growing up between the Weser mountain range and hills of Lower Saxony, she got a sense of the bigger picture while living in Vienna and Hamburg before finally finding east, west, Berlin-Kreuzberg-as-home was best/before finally finding a real home in Berlin-Kreuzberg. While reading, she loved to learn words, later she began to design, record for radio, lead editorial departments, produce magazines, write up ideas and think outside of the box.
As a journalist, Mareice Kaiser likes chatting with people, asking questions and writing up (life) stories. These same stories are often about inclusivity, feminism, how to reconcile family and career, the subdivision of the labour of caring for someone and sometimes also about drugs at the playground. Her articles appear at taz (newspaper), ZEIT Online, MENSCHEN. das magazin and in MISSY Magazine.
She has reported on her inclusive family life as a mother of two children — one with and one without disabilities — since the beginning of 2014 in her blog Kaiserinnenreich. Mareice Kaiser speaks publicly on the theme of inclusion and how to reconcile family with career. She is the co-founder of the initiative Kreuzberg hilft, member of the Journalistinnenbund und tweets as @mareicares. Her first book »Alles inklusive« will come out in November 2016, published by S. Fischer Verlag.
Photo: Carolin Weinkopf