Johanna Friederike Fröhlich specialised in digital governance and security during her studies at the Hertie School. Prior to joining the Hertie School, she completed a Bachelor of Arts in English Philology and Social and Cultural Anthropology at Freie Universität Berlin. She also studied at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland as part of her year abroad. Her academic career has been complemented by work experience in the health sector with the German development agency GIZ in Nepal and in the field of digitalisation with the Bertelsmann Stiftung. Here, Johanna completed her Professional Year working on two online courses for citizenship education. For her master’s thesis she decided to apply her professional interest in health and digitalisation and analyse the regulation and security of digital health data in Germany.
Master’s thesis title
How should digital health data be regulated?