Tanja is a skilled, native German speaker with expertise in translations from English to German. Her focus is in the fields of development cooperation, human rights, and conflict transformation. Her clients have included the Forum Civil Peace Service, Humboldt University, InnoZ, Platform for Peaceful Conflict Management, and the World Peace Service, along with other academic institutions and non-governmental organizations. Among her recent projects are consultancy reports, reference terms, book chapters, sponsorship tenders, and promotional materials. Tanja’s main asset is her insider knowledge of the civil society sector that she gained through her extensive international experience and her work as a project coordinator and advisor. She continues to conduct training programs in intercultural conflict transformation and has lectured at the Institute of the International Education of Students Abroad in Freiburg.
She has experience in Web-based editing in English and German as well as in transcription. Tanja holds master’s degrees in social anthropology and Latin American studies from the Free University of Berlin and in peace and security studies from the University of Hamburg. Tanja is a PhD candidate at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.