I'm a Doctoral Research Fellow at the School of Governance of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and advise the European Commission on technology governance issues as a member of the Horizon 2020 TRIGGER consortium.
My doctoral research focuses on the regulation of new technologies within an increasingly interdependent, transnational context. I also teach the class "Technology Governance and the Regulatory State" for TUM Master's students in Management and in Governance. Additionally, I write for The Conversation, Data Driven Investor, LivingWise Project, and Politics Means Politics.
Previously, I was Managing Director Thailand at SaaS startup Ematic Solutions, Group Head of Business Intelligence & Online Marketing at restaurant reservation platform Eatigo, and Director at Digital Marketing Agency Trends Digital. I also conducted political advocacy for several of the world's largest tech firms at ACT.
I've lived in seven countries on three continents (Europe, North America, and Asia) and hold an MBA from INSEAD, an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a First Class BA in Politics & Philosophy from the University of York.
I've been an INSEAD alumni interviewer (MBA admissions) since 2017 and I'm also an elected member of the Munich European Conference and the Open Forum Europe's expert board on open source software and hardware. Additionally, I'm a member of the Brookings Institution and Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) expert group on cooperation in artificial intelligence. Given my enthusiasm for technology and innovation, I invest in startups, e.g. Wishbeer, Poesiat & Kater, and Become.