Eva is Manager for Executive Education and is responsible for the development and organization of high-profile executive training programmes. Her research interests include European cooperation, transatlantic relations and public administration. As a Research Associate she worked on a three-year research project “Patterns of economic policy advice in Germany and the USA” in collaboration with the University of Heidelberg, Center for American Studies.
Before joining the Hertie School, she conducted research and completed a traineeship at the United Nations Headquarters in New York within the Department of Economic and Social Affairs/Division of Public Administration and also worked as a project manager in several international companies in Switzerland. Eva holds a Master’s degree in European Studies and Politics from the University of Konstanz (Germany) and the University of California, Berkeley (USA). She also holds a diploma degree in Sociology from the Russian State University for the Humanities and was a Research Scholar at the Leuphana University Lüneburg (Germany).