The people behind Peng! are hard working and highly professional. The inner core is small, but there are more than 100 people in the extended network, having all kinds of backgrounds: science, media, politics, art, craft, public service. We also hire external specialists to work with on specific campaigns.
Claire works for a major international publishing house that should not be named here. She is quick in thought, elegant in gestures, romantic in morals and deep in eye-to-eye looks. Instead of finishing her business degree at the University of Alabama Business School, she chose to invest her time into repeated public humiliation of the local Ku Klux Klan. When they finally dissolved, she migrated to Europe and landed up in Berlin heading up the Peng! Division on bureacracy. She is also an excellent cook of Mongolian cuisine.
Muhammad is the virtual member of the Collective, only known through several false names and avatars. He is a security expert and has access to a number of classified databases which have provided crucial information for the most delicate Peng! actions. During collective chat-meetings, he usually plays online versions of Go, an old Chinese strategy board game. According to what we know, he has two dogs, a cat and a koala bear.
Sienne is the spice in your soup, the breeze on your stroll, the violin in your philharmonic orchestra and the magazine next to your toilet. She worked as a tour guide in the post-war kosovo areas and mediated late Nagorno-Karabakh/Azerbaijani post-conflict projects concerning the gravestone destruction of Julfa, Nakhichevan. She is also known for his infamous Heavy Metal song called Julfa Julfa Julfa.
Anja has no pronoun and prefers to use pen and paper rather than verbal communication where possible. Because Anja sleeps for only 45 minutes a day, Anja is able to hold down several jobs at leading corporations while remaining a dedicated mole for Peng! Before joining the collective, Anja studied marine biology and dedicated 10 years to raising funds and establishing a sea life centre for retired show dolphins in Thailand.