Negina Mohtezebsade completed her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Economics at the University of Kassel. She then decided to pursue an MIA at the Hertie School with a specialisation in finance and trade. Negina completed an internship at the German Bundestag, where she acquired extensive knowledge in national and local politics. During her studies at the Hertie School, she spent an online semester at Georgetown University. Negina also worked as a working student at PwC in Berlin. As a scholarship holder of the Hans Böckler Foundation, co-founder of the Transatlantic Diversity Association (TDA) which seeks to extend knowledge of transatlantic relations, supervisor for the START-Stiftung and former youth representative in her home town, Negina has gained hands-on experience from holding various leadership roles.
Master's thesis title
Blessing or curse? Education as a tool of empowerment: An analysis of the impact of education on attitudes towards domestic violence in Afghanistan