Regina works at the intersection of tech and social good: as an entrepreneur, public speaker, mentor, and an advocate for openness and inclusion. So far, she has successfully incubated 90+ social-tech startups worldwide and is looking forward to working with many more.
Right now, she is working on the Social-Digital Innovation Initiative, a new approach to Tech4Good, promoting and supporting the cross-pollination of the world of technology and social entrepreneurship and the creation of financially sustainable social businesses. Does that sound interesting? Then get in touch!
She also works as a Scientific Staff Member at the Technical University Berlin, focusing on technology and society, fab labs and maker spaces. She is a Member of the Global Innovation Gathering (a global network of changemakers in technology) and Fellow at the Centre for Internet and Human Rights, an academic centre attached to the Chair of European and International Politics at the European University Viadrina.
Previous roles include Consultant for GIZ (the German international development cooperation agency), the Founder of the Young Innovators Program (the first co-creation and ideation platform of the United Nations), Manager of the Google Impact Challenge Germany accelerator program for Ashoka, and Innovation Programmes Manager at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Her hobbies include rugby, upright bass, reading, linguistics, community radios and the design and set-up of escape room games.