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iNADO Staff

The office of iNADO is composed by a young, qualified and multicultural staff. The communication language is English, but we are happy to assist our members in German and Spanish. We are always excited to hear from our members and look forward to your requests as we are eager to support iNADOs Member organizations.

iNADO Office

At present, iNADO has four staff members working in its office in Bonn.

Dr. Andrea Gotzmann
(Interim CEO)

Dr. Andrea Gotzmann is a leading expert in anti-doping and sports integrity, serving as the CEO of The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO) since May 2024. She holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the German Sport University Cologne, along with degrees in Chemistry and Sport Science.

Dr. Gotzmann's extensive career includes her tenure as CEO of The National Anti-Doping Agency Germany (NADA) from 2011 to 2023. She has also worked as a Research Associate at both the Manfred Donike Institute for Doping Analysis and the Institute for Biochemistry at the German Sport University Cologne. Her contributions to the field are further recognized through her honorary membership in several anti-doping and governance advisory groups and her previous service on iNADO's Governing Board.

In addition to her professional achievements, Dr. Gotzmann has an impressive sports background. She has won 11 German championship titles and 6 cup titles with AGON 08 Düsseldorf and has represented Germany in 103 international matches with the National Basketball Team.

Amy Dyer (Program Manager)

Amy is a trained Sport and Exercise Scientist with over 10 years experience in anti-doping, including roles in education, policy and project management.

With a passion for data-driven and evidence-led insights, Amy is a proven leader in executing successful communication strategies and facilitating proactive networks.

Amy is looking forward to working across the iNADO network, and using her skills to developing new and existing projects and their impact across .

Outside of work Amy enjoys keeping active and spending time outdoors with her family.

Kaitlyn Schäfer
(Maternity Leave, Program Manager)

Kaitlyn is the Program Manager at iNADO. She is responsible for developing and operating iNADO’s annual program, and she is involved in the review of the Strategic Plan (2023-2025) with the iNADO Board and the Members.

Kaitlyn has more than 6 years of experience in international education and awareness-raising program design, implementation, and management. Most notably is her contribution in co-creating and leading the International Paralympic Committee’s values-based Paralympic education programmes for schools and athletes globally.

Kaitlyn is driven by a passion for human rights, sport, and education.

Andrea Herrera (Communication and Office Manager)

Andrea is responsible for ensuring that members, stakeholders, and the public are aware of iNADO’s work. She holds a degree in Mass Communication and is a former high-performance athlete, having played Division I college tennis at Middle Tennessee State University in the USA.

Motivated by a strong thirst for knowledge, Andrea pursued her MBA in Germany with a focus on NGOs and Corporate Responsibility, establishing a strong foundation for her commitment to social impact.

Andrea brings over a decade of project management experience to the table, including the organization of sporting events such as Para Panamerican Games Guadalajara 2011, London 2012 Paralympic Games, Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.

Furthermore, she held various positions at the International Paralympic Committee, where she made significant contributions across a wide range of areas, including education, event coordination, and logistical operations.

Alex Brown (Campaigns and Membership Coordinator)

As the Campaigns and Membership Coordinator, Alex helps iNADO communicate with its members and talk about issues facing the anti-doping community. He has a bachelor’s and master’s in political science, which he studied at American University in Washington, D.C. and the University of Cologne. His studies concentrated on advocacy and interest group behaviour.

While he is new to the sports world (technically, he completed his high school physical education requirement through marching band), Alex has two years’ experience in the nonprofit space working to deliver reliable reports, communications, and events to mission-driven stakeholders. He is happiest when he can use his writing and communication skills to improve the world around him and is excited to work with the INADO network to support safe, fair, and ethical sport worldwide.

When he is not working, Alex likes to read and enjoys the long outdoor walks his dog constantly demands.