Nina Öger


Nina Sema Öger  ist eine Unternehmerin. Sie gilt als eine der bekanntesten Managerinnen türkischer Abstammung in Deutschland.[2]

About - Nina Öger

Life and Career
Hannelore Rosler-Weigel and Vural Öger are her parents who built the Öger Tours company together at the end of the 1960s. After his parents separated, Öger grew up with her mother in Marburg. At the age of 14 she started to work in her father's company. After graduating from high school, she studied international business administration at the EBC Hochschule Hamburg and then continued to work in her parents' company. Since 2003 she has also been the managing director of what was then the fifth largest tour operator in Germany. In the following years she reorganized the group and expanded the offer to include city, cultural and wellness trips. After the company was sold to Thomas Cook, Öger moved to Turkey and took over the management of the incoming agency Holiday Plan and Majesty Hotels & Resorts, which were still part of the Vural Öger group of companies until the bankruptcy in early 2016. 

Philanthropic work
In cooperation with UNICEF, she supports the school attendance of girls in Turkey with the program Haydi Kızlar Okula (English: "Go to school, girls"). In 2007/08, as an ambassador, she supported the campaign for diversity as an opportunity for the Federal Commissioner for Migration and Integration Maria Böhmer.