Jacob Christensen earned his undergraduate degree from University College Copenhagen in 2005, specializing in Social Education. Jacob has extensive experience in teaching both adults and children with intellectual disabilities, having spent 7 years as a teacher for special education in his native Copenhagen and 4 years in New York, instructing children and adolescents with autism. Serving as 6th grade team leader for 3 years at BMS, Jacob assumed the leadership of CCEP in 2019, together with Ms. Antje Couball. Jacob sees the great benefit of guiding the social and emotional development of students at BMS through the CCEP Program, as it provides educators with a holistic viewpoint of their growth through the different settings of the school day.
Antje Couball is a state approved social worker with a degree in the discipline that she earned in Neubrandenburg in 2009. During her study period, she interned in Hungary and Canada. Antje has vast work experience in social projects. She has worked for a Womens' Center and was involved in a Children's Housing Project both on national and international levels. Antje joined the CCEP team at BMS in 2011. She has been the CCEP Coordinator since 2013. Her final thesis focused on the implementation of the restorative justice method of family group conference within the youth welfare and youth justice system. Hence Antje's vision is that BMS embraces the restorative school principle wholly.