Katinka Ringlstetter holds a dual degree with the the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she specialised in development studies and digital policy. Before her master’s degree, she graduated with Honours from University College Maastricht with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a concentration in social sciences. During that time, she spent a semester abroad in South Korea, attending Seoul National University. Professionally, she is interested in pursuing a career in political communication and public policy. During her studies in Berlin, she worked for a member of the German Bundestag on matters of public relations. Her other professional experience includes internships at the corporate and public affairs consultancy Hering Schuppener, at Allianz in the department Group Regulatory and Public Affairs and at the European Parliament.
Master’s thesis title
Do conditional cash transfers work in a developed country? A realist evaluation of Family Rewards 2.0 in Memphis, Tennessee