Natalie Kreindlina

Natalie Kreindlina is a student assistant in the research programme “The evolving digital society”. She is currently doing her master’s degree in Media- and Communication studies focussing on Digital Governance and Public Policy at the Free University of Berlin and recently at the University of British Columbia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies from the University of Mannheim and conducted her bachelor’s thesis on trust mechanisms in Social Media Networks.

She has previously worked in Consulting, Marketing, and PR in the music and entertainment industry alongside her studies.

Natalie Kreindlina

Position

Student assistant: the evolving digital society

Organisation of events

Workshop session
Workshop# 182: Data Governance for Smarter City Mobility at Internet Governance Forum 2019. From 28.11.2019 to 28.11.2019. Estrel Berlin, Berlin, Germany. Co-Organised by: Alina Wernick, Maximilian von Grafenstein, Li-hsien Chang, Natalie Kreindlina, Christopher Olk (International) Further information

Li-hsien Chang, Natalie Kreindlina, Alina Wernick, Maximilian von Grafenstein

Charting Collections of Connections in Social Media – Lunch Talk with Marc Smith
18.11.2019. Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft, Berlin, Germany (International) Further information

Natasha Vukajlovic, Natalie Kreindlina, Christian Grauvogel, Christian Katzenbach

Data Governance: Between Concepts and Case Studies
02.07.2019. Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin, Germany (International)

Natalie Kreindlina, Alina Wernick, Christopher Olk, Maximilian von Grafenstein