Ram-Kumar has joined the corporate research at Bosch in 2011 after completing his PhD in Engineering. Currently, he travels worldwide leading transformational and enabling projects within the Powertrain Solutions (PS) as Senior Consultant for Lean Management.
Besides his job, Ram is a strong promoter and supporter for diversity and inclusion topics at Bosch. He strongly believes that diversity and inclusion play a vital role in increasing the competitiveness of any organization. His motivation for commitment to the network is to provide a platform for employees to gain self-confidence and identification with our company.
He is convinced that this openness will be a major part of being an attractive employer for LGBT talent around the world and for being a modern supplier to the customers.
In the RBg board team he is responsible for internal and external networking as well as communication with HR.
Due to the traveling nature of his job, he spends his time after work on his yoga mat, swimming pool and travelling.
joined Bosch in 2003. The mechanical engineer and
dedicated yachtsman started as project and team manager in
the development of motor management components at Gasoline
Systems in Waiblingen, Germany. 2008 he moved to Diesel
Gasoline Systems in Stuttgart-Feuerbach as technical key
account for DNOX exhaust management systems.
He is one of the founders of the unofficial RBg network in
2006, together with other colleagues in the Stuttgart
area. The network gained many members, over 80 by 2012. In
his organizational unit he experienced positive feedback
on the topic of his homosexuality. This open reaction and
the desire to give courage to other colleagues is his
motivation for working in the official LGBT network. He
lives in a civil partnership with his husband in Stuttgart
In the RBg board team he is responsible for event planning
and the internet/intranet presence of RBg.
Mathias Reimann started in 2000
at corporate research as Bosch PhD student. After three
years in the field of high frequency microsystems he
proceeded to the development of inertial sensors at AE in
Reutlingen. Following the microsystems path a position at
Chassis Systems Control as senior manager for vehicle
application and systems engineering of inertial sensors
followed. In 2012 he took over lead of the MEMS design
house at AE and is now as Director responsible along with
his team for design and simulation of micromechanical
sensors and actuators.
Privately, he likes everything that has to do with music
so in example he is singing in the Bosch jazz choir “Vocal
As spokesman of the LGBT network Mathias Reimann is
responsible for communication issues and presents our
network at internal and external occasions.
Following his studies in
mechanical engineering in Mannheim Olaf started working in
2001 at “Bosch Engineering GmbH” (BEG), a 100% Bosch
subsidiary formerly known as “asset”. There he calibrated
diesel engine controls and later moved on to lead
different customer projects in this area. In the beginning
of 2013 he moved to Brunswick and took over responsibility
for BEG’s project office.
In summer 2015 he returned to Abstatt to reorganize the
fuel cell business of BEG. Since the beginning of 2016 he
has been project manager for introduction of new business
models for components.
He joined the network in the spring of 2015 and has
continuously been increasing his commitment since his
return to Stuttgart area. Olaf likes to play badminton and
volunteers with Primavera.