Currently I am a PhD Researcher working for Ingo Take's DFG-funded project Sources of Legitimacy of Regional Organizations in the Global South at the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf.
Since 2019, I am a board member of the United Nations Association of Germany and focussing there on the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Germany.
After being involved in the #womenps project as a participant in 2019, I've begun working as the #womenps project leader for the Think Tank Polis180.
From 2017 to 2019, I worked for the UN Women Germany which was linked to my master thesis dealing with "Global Governance of Women's Rights".
Thanks to the Cicero Masters Scholarship, I was able to study Politics, Administration and International Relations at Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen from 2016-2018 as well as at the University of Zurich. Furthermore, the Udo J. Vetter Travel Grant 2017 offered me the participation in the SOAS Summer School on "Feminist Political Economy & Development" in London.
During my BA and MA degree, I worked for Doctors Without Borders in Bonn and completed internships at the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Casablanca, the German Embassy in Beijing and the Foreign Office in Berlin.
I completed my bachelor's degree at the Sorbonne IV University in Paris with a focus on English & Mandarin and regional studies. This course of studies was built on my vocational training as a Multilingual Management Assistant (English, French, Mandarin) in Reutlingen.