Professor Wolfgang Huber is a prominent German theologian and an ethicist. As respected religious figure, academic and public intellectual, Wolfgang Huber initiates and contributes to a wide range of themes by means of a large number of public lectures, sermons and public discussions. He also advises various business, political, and media institutions as well as executives in ethical, social and religious questions.
Huber served as Bishop of the Protestant Church Berlin-Brandenburg until 2009. For six years, from 2003 to 2009, he served as President of the Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD). On multiple occasions, he participated in important social debates as a representative of the Protestant church, speaking about the issues concerning the role of the family, education, bioethics, the relationship between Christianity and Islam and the ethics of entrepreneurship.
Today, Wolfgang Huber’s primary focus is on business ethics, bioethics, education and intergenerational justice. He works as a publicist and Theology professor at Humboldt University of Berlin, in Heidelberg and in the South African Stellenbosch. In addition, he holds numerous honorary degrees.