“Rosenrot” Mireille Schülpke has a degree in Steiner Education and taught at a Waldorf School for several years. She followed the unschooling approach to education with her three children, now independent young adults. She has held the position of German Program Director for Clonlara School’s Off Campus Program since the 2013-14 school year. She founded the creative children’s project “Tajaluna” and was awarded the French “Trophée national de l'entrepreneuriat au féminin" for her work in this project in 2015. Since 2016, she has been studying part-time at Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences in Alfter, Germany, in their Educational Research program. Her research into self-directed learning and the recognition of informal education led her to start the “Keiki-Project” in 2019.