Christel Schiele is daughter of TWR-Africa's IT specialist, Gottfried Schiele. Christel is studying at the University of Pretoria and is actively involved in assisting the Marketing and Communication's department with electronic media development. We spent some time with her...
What brought you to TWR?
My parents have been with TWR for most of my life, so for as far back as I can remember I have known about TWR. When I got into my final few years at high school, I first got asked to help out in the German department of TWR South Africa. Then during my later years in university I was asked to help in the graphic design department of TWR.
How long have you been at TWR?
I have been assisting in the graphic design department since 2010.
Tell us about your role at TWR.
I create designs for brochures and websites, and sometimes also help with website development.
What is your favourite book or movie?
My favourite book and movie are the same, I simply love The Lord of the Rings series. I can watch and read them over and over again!
What is your favourite T.V. show?
Stargate (all the Stargate series) - I must admit to being a science-fiction fan.
What is your favourite food?
I really enjoy traditional German foods like chicken schnitzel and sauerkraut.
What is your favourite Bible verse at the moment?
It's an old time classic: "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believes in him, shall not perish, but have eternal life" (John 3:16). This verse serves as a constant reminder for me of how much God loves even me and it helps me when I feel down.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I like reading, drawing, playing computer games, and recently also started Kung Fu which I really enjoy.
If you were a food what would you be and why?
I've often been called a marshmallow by my friends because I'm a real softie on the inside.
What do you hope to do when you're finished studying?
I would love to continue helping proclaim God's word to people by using the talents that God has given me, either with TWR or wherever else I land up in the future.
Published: 21 October 2011