Board of Directors

Catherine Austin FITTS

Chair of the Board of CHD Europe

Catherine is the president of Solari, Inc., publisher of the Solari Report, and managing member of Solari Investment Screens, LLC. Catherine served as managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., as Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration, and was the president of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc. Catherine has designed and closed over $25 billion of transactions and investments to-date and has led portfolio and investment strategy for $300 billion of financial assets and liabilities.

Catherine graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (BA), the Wharton School (MBA) and studied Mandarin Chinese at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She blogs for the Solari Report at

Catherine’s experiences on Wall Street and in Washington D.C. are chronicled in Dillon Read and the Aristocracy of Stock Profits and her personal history investigating the money missing from the US federal government:

Long ago, I made a promise that I would never act against the best interests or the excellence of my own people—that I would do my best to ensure that we were worthy of the stewardship of our world and that we did our best to leave a better world for generations yet to come. To make and keep such a promise is to understand that money and position are tools, not goals, and that death is not the worst thing that can happen. Some would probably accuse me of ‘fighting the tape’ and not being ‘good at the game.’ I would tell those people that now is not the time in the history of our people for a failure of imagination.

Orsolya Györffy

CHD Europe Board Member, Executive Director

After a brief stay at Camphill, Orsolya studied economics in England. She worked as an organizational development consultant first in many multinational companies, and ultimately as information technology leader for the EMEA regions on the board of an American multinational. She supported and moderated several arts and social science initiatives and events. Her life took a different turn after an eye-opener in 2007 run up to the crisis realising the degree of corruption, and with the translation work of the biography of D.N. Dunlop. Since 2010 she has been working as CEO to Perseus Publishing Company. The company among anthroposophical books publishes works of Prof. Anthony C. Sutton, Carroll Quigley and writings on 9.11 by T.H.Meyer and others. She co-edits and contributes to a monthly international magazine, called The Present Age, for the advancement of Spiritual Science with Symptomatic Essentials in politics, culture and economy.

She works with several organisations in addition to CHD, most intensely with Doctors for COVID Ethics.

She leads her life now in Basel, Switzerland and Szombathely, Hungary with her family and is a proud mother of two wonderful sons.

DDR Renate Holzeisen

CHD Europe Board member

Renate Holzeisen was born in 1966 in Bolzano. Even at a young age, discipline and ambitions were important virtues that she practiced especially in school and ballet classes. In addition to her very good academic performance, Renate already proved as class representative and student representative that justice and advocacy for others were particularly close to her heart. She graduated in law and political economics at the Leopold Franzens University in Innsbruck, was for two years University assistant and taught at several high schools in South Tyrol in between. “A great experience that I wouldn’t want to miss,” says Renate, looking back, and emphasizes that young people – then as now – can be won over and motivated for complex topics with competence, openness, empathy and sympathy. She is a barrister practicing also before the Supreme Courts and specialized in European and International Law. Alongside their main activity for companies with economic interests in Italy, she was always engaged in issues regarding Fundamental Rights and Freedoms.

She stands for transparency, democracy and the rule of law. She does not shy away from pointing out skewed power relations and political abuse and, if necessary, taking legal action against them. Since March 2020 she became more and more aware that something was and is going absolutely wrong world-wide and therefore she began to stand up for the guarantee of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms together with other lawyers, with special attention to the children.

Meryl Nass, MD, ABIM

CHD Europe Board member

Meryl Nass, MD, ABIM, is an internist with special interests in vaccine-induced illnesses, chronic fatigue syndrome, Gulf War illness, fibromyalgia, and toxicology. As a biological warfare epidemiologist, she investigated world’s largest anthrax epizootic, in Zimbabwe, and developed a model for analyzing epidemics to assess whether they are natural or man-made.

An anthrax expert, Nass has reviewed government-sponsored anthrax research in the context of the Biological Weapons Convention, used anthrax as a model for discussion of how to prevent biological warfare, reviewed anthrax vaccines and their role in biological warfare prophylaxis, and played a central role in educating service members, Congress, and the public about anthrax and the science underlying anthrax vaccine use, as well as other methods of responding to the anthrax threat. She has played a major role in creation of a coalition that has fought the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program. Nass is active in assisting legal teams defending anthrax vaccine refusers and ill service members in the U.S. and Canada.

Mike Robinson

CHD Europe Board member

Mike Robinson is co-editor of the UK Column. He has been writing on political issues since the mid-1990s, and joined the UK Column in 2008. His background is in technology infrastructure and has worked in a wide range of sectors: telecoms, heavy engineering, legal and finance.

Advisor to the Board – Wolfgang Wodarg, MD

Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg did his medical studies in Berlin and Hamburg and received his doctor’s grade from the University of Hamburg. Postgraduate qualifications:  internal medicine and pneumology, public health, social medicine, hygiene and environmental medicine in Germany, and further training in epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University/ Baltimore, USA.  He practiced medicine in several clinics and became the director of a public health institute in Northern Germany. He was elected to the German Bundestag in 1994 and was a member of the Health Committee and the Committee for Economic Cooperation and Development.  As MP, Dr. Wodarg was a member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) and Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Culture, Education and Science.