Timo Ehleringer holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Society (Major) and English Studies (Minor) from Universität Bonn, where he specialised in European governance. At the Hertie School he focused on international economics and public sector innovation. Timo spent exchange semesters in Stockholm and Washington, DC and is a Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and Fulbright Fellow. Professionally, Timo has completed fellowships at political administration bodies (at the European Commission, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and at the German Federal Foreign Office) and worked for private sector companies like ARGO Trade Solutions and BwConsulting. He is interested in opportunities in public administration or related private sector companies in the fields of international economic policy, European governance and public-sector innovation or public-sector digitalisation.
Master’s thesis title
A COMPAS(s) pointing at black defendants? An analysis of bias in algorithmic decision-making in the US judicial sector