Corinna Blutguth is a program manager in GMF's Berlin office. She coordinates programming and research on U.S.-German relations, transatlantic security, and German domestic and foreign policy. She supports the Alliance for Securing Democracy’s work on the German Elections, identifying and analyzing information manipulation targeting Germany’s elections. Before joining GMF, Corinna 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 experience working for the Kolleg-Forschergruppe Transformative Power of Europe at Freie Universität Berlin. Corinna holds a master's degree in political science from the University of Potsdam and studied European Studies in Magdeburg and Brno. Next to her native German, she speaks English and Spanish and has a basic knowledge of French and Czech.