Céline Göhlich specialises in development economics, climate change and quantitative methods. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Business Administration from the University of Mannheim and studied abroad at the University of Essex, UK and the University of British Columbia, Canada. Her professional experience includes implementing change-management measures at the German development agency GIZ, advising different German ministries on family policy and agile organisation for the consultancy Roland Berger, and project management in various sectors for Endeva, a consultancy accelerating entrepreneurial solutions for development. Celine is passionate about technological innovation, from machine learning to geoengineering, and its potential to unlock greater sustainable growth trajectories for all.
Master’s thesis title
The potential of information technology to scale up the solar market in sub-Saharan Africa