Stephanie Rogers holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Melbourne, Australia, specialising in International Politics and Criminology, with a semester abroad spent at Queen’s University, Canada and Masaryk University in the Czech Republic. As an MIA graduate of the Hertie School, Stephanie has worked for the World Health Summit and the European Commission in Berlin as well as the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit’s (GiZ) Open Regional Fund for Southeastern Europe in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Specialising in issues of security and sustainability, Stephanie’s professional aspirations involve addressing issues of global public health, gender inequality and corruption.
Master’s thesis title
The Scandinavian Welfare Paradox revisited - examining the relationship between inequality and cervical cancer mortality in Sweden, the UK and Germany