Carolin Laubre holds a Bachelor of Arts in Arabic and International Relations from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. During her studies there, she spent two semesters in Fez, Morocco. At the University of Leeds she served as a Student Trustee on the University Student Union Board overseeing over 500 jobs and the campus of 38,000 students. At the Hertie School she studied international affairs, focusing on conflict management, international security and Internet governance. Her previous work experience includes working at the Permanent Mission of Estonia to the United Nations in Geneva, the Belgian Embassy in Estonia and the Governance Office of Estonia. She has also served as an analyst and contributor to an online journal on European security. While at the Hertie School, she worked at an international social media company helping to manage the Estonian market.
Master’s thesis title
Regulation of emerging military biotechnology