Andreas Holzinger is currently working as a part-time analyst at Roland Berger, focusing on public sector strategy consulting. He is a dual-degree Masters candidate at Sciences Po Paris and the Freie Universität Berlin in international affairs, exploring the intersection of international development and human rights. A fellow of the German National Academic Foundation, Andreas graduated with a trilingual B.A. in social sciences with honors from Sciences Po. He has held policy and research positions in both national and multilateral institutions, and volunteered with non-profits in Europe, Asia, and North America. Most recently, he conducted policy research and fieldwork in Benin and Ghana as a fellow of the Open Society Foundations, focusing on institutional reform and civil society in the sub-region.
Updated May 2016
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