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Professional Summary

Currently a graduate student of American Studies, I research U.S. culture, politics, and history from an outsider's perspective. My upbringing and socialization outside of the United States, my work as a journalist, my background in Gender Studies, and my identity as a queer woman allow me to examine aspects of its culture and politics from a different perspective and remind me to center and amplify the voices of marginalized groups in my work as a both a journalist and educator. 

While social media has allowed me to speak to a larger audience, I am still an an educator first, whether I speak to millions of people online or to a handful of people in a classroom. 


 Journalistic Writing   Content Creation    Social Media Management   

 Public Speaking    Foreign Languages    Moderating   

Independent Reporting  

Experience (Selection)

November 2021 - present

Social Media Editor - Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung

Building a new format from the ground up allowed me to fully focus on my fields of expertise while approaching intersectional issues and amplifying marginalized voices.

November 2022 - February 2022

Video Journalist - Openly (Thomson Reuters Foundation)

My run at an exclusively queer format has strongly influenced my decision to allow my queer identity to have a larger impact on my content and career.

May 2019 - present

Freelance Journalist - Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung

Working as a freelance journalist in addition to my academic studies provides me with a unique insight into reporting, framing, and interviewing.

February 2020 - present

Anchorwoman - VirtUOS

As the anchorwoman of the University of Osnabrück's TV and social media team, I have further improved my public speaking and moderating skills.

March 2020 - present

Teaching Assistant - IfAA at University of Osnabrück

My work at the Institute for American Studies has allowed me to collect research and teaching experience beyond my degree.



University of Osnabrück

2020: B.A. English and History

2020: Certification in Gender an Queer Studies

2020-present: M.A. English and American Studies


University of Osnabrück



In my academic research, I focus on intersectional representation with a special focus on Critical Race Studies, Gender Studies, and U.S. politics. Beyond that, my identity as a queer woman provides me with unique perspectives on both my journalistic work, and the field of American studies.

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