Hannah Elisabeth Kurnoth focused on foreign policy, security policy, development and sustainability during her studies at the Hertie School. She has been working since 2016 as Junior Consultant for corsus, a sustainability consultancy, and specialised in topics related to the United Nations Sustainability Development Goals. Since 2017 she has been involved in the project “Global Sustainable City Schleswig-Holstein” for Engagement Global, assisted during the Munich Security Conference 2020 and interned at the German Federal Foreign Office. Prior to the Hertie School Hannah studied a Bachelor of Science in International Management and Foreign Trade at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. She spent several months in Paris, Amsterdam, Glasgow and Valencia taking part in various internships and an Erasmus programme. She is a scholarship holder of the Cusanuswerk stipend.
Master's thesis title
The Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda in German policy: An analysis, evaluation and outlook of the translation of the WPS agenda into national policy using the example of Germany