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Katrin researches, writes, and consults at the intersection of technology, feminism, and climate. She advises non-profits, ministries, and businesses on data, justice, and emerging technologies. Previously, Katrin co-founded and co-led MOTIF Institute for Digital Culture, a think tank working towards social justice in the digital age.

Selected projects of MOTIF were: an expertise for the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs on gender equity and platform work; a forum on just, digital spaces for the German Ministry for Consumer Affairs; a research project and the creation of the platform Digital Vereint for CityLAB Berlin to support non-profits with open source technology.

Katrin is co-initiator of Feminist Futures, a participatory art project that advocates for just futures of the Internet. With the project Feminist Futures, she was finalist for the New European Bauhaus Prize. In 2020, Katrin was awarded the Coaching Fellowship – a program that empowers extraordinary young women leaders of impact.  

Katrin holds an MSc in Data and Society of the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA of the University of the Arts Berlin. Katrin was placed on Forbes magazine’s 30 under 30 list.

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If you are interested in what I am currently reading, you can find my reading list here.