Fritz Ganzhorn: The goal is influence

"Well, let's not let it darken our otherwise bright minds." That is one of the most important sentences for the CEO of the Danish Maritime Officers, Fritz Ganzhorn, who has relied mostly on his maritime officer's training in his career, though he regrets not applying for the Sirius Patrol, he tells us here in the Career Path.

What kind of career did you envision for yourself as a young man?

"As I grew up in Soender Omme, on the plains of Jutland, many of my boyhood dreams about education and work revolved around farming. In elementary school I was an intern for a week with the local veterinarian, and I enrolled at Grindsted High School with the dream of qualifying for further training as a graduate in forestry."

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