Lil­ian Emonds

Policy Advisor

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.