Lilian Emonds is a Policy Advisor at iRights.Lab and previously worked for the Otto Brenner Foundation in Frankfurt am Main as well as SAP SE in Walldorf, Germany. She studied political and administration sciences and history in Potsdam and Paris before getting her Master’s degree in ‘Transcultural Studies’ in Heidelberg. During her studies, Lilian has gathered professional experience at the German Foreign Office in New York City, the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation in Costa Rica and the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation in Tunisia. Throughout her academic career, she has gained knowledge on multi-perspective solutions for challenges of societies faced with digitalization. Her areas of interests comprise topics such as the analysis of establishing democratic and authoritarian regimes and hashtags such as #digitalDiversity, #femTech and #eGov.