An engineer by degree, with strong media skills and a deep understanding of the digital, Zeichhardt first built a career in packaging before joining the family-owned and operated LAT Group (lat.de), and hence the mobility sector.
She is deputy chair in two committees of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Berlin (CCI Berlin), on the HWR board of trustees, and on the board of the cable construction association (Gütegemeinschaft Leitungstiefbau) to promote quality standards in data cable infrastructure. Larissa actively supports several initiatives associations, including Women in Mobility, the German Railway Association (Allianz pro Schiene) and IEEE.
Zeichhardt promotes intermodal mobility, smart city concepts and digitization of railroad infrastructure. She initiated the InnoTrans LadiesLunch (now WiM Luncheon) to promote more diversity in transport.
Her hobbies? Autonomous flying objects (motodrone.org), augmented reality and her two kids.