Sandra Hook studied (bio) geography in Saarbrücken and Wollongong (Australia), and he graduated in 2000 as a diploma in geography. As a scholarship holder of the DAAD, a Masters of the Built Environment (Sustainable Development) followed at the University of New South Wales in Sydney in 2001. Immediately afterwards, she began a doctoral fellowship from the DFG at the University of Freiburg. In addition to her work as a political speaker in the field of renewable energies, she has lectures at various universities in Hesse and Baden-Württemberg, mainly in the field of renewable energies. As Vice-President, and as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Federal Association of Wind Energy, Hook brings her industry knowledge and her research interests directly into the federal political landscape. As a member of the women’s network of women of Windenergy, she also makes a strong contribution to career opportunities for women.
The focus of their work and research interests is on sustainability issues, such as the acceptance of renewable energies, connecting ecology and economy as well as food and agriculture.