Corinna Blutguth is a program officer in the Berlin office. Within the Transatlantic Programming Berlin, 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.