Corinna Blutguth is a program coordinator in the Berlin office. Within the Berlin program, she coordinates and manages events on transatlantic security, European affairs and questions of digitalization. Before joining GMF, Blutguth worked as a program officer for a public-private-partnership of the German Federal Foreign Office, the Robert Bosch Foundation, and the German Council on Foreign Relations. She also gained experiences working for the Kolleg-Forschergruppe Transformative Power of Europe at Freie Universität Berlin. Blutguth studies European Studies in Magdeburg and Brno and holds a master of political science from University of Potsdam. Next to her native German, she speaks English and Spanish, as well has basic knowledge of French and Czech.