Tue, 15 Mar|
The STEAR Dialogue: In Conversation with Cornelia Kutterer
Join STEAR in its new event series: The STEAR Dialogue. We will focus on more personal, experience-oriented and diverse themes including career development, advice for young people, culture, activism and more. This time, we're in conversation with Cornelia Kutterer.
Time & Location
15 Mar 2022, 14:00 – 15:00 CET
About the Event
STEAR aims to be the first and leading policy institute for students and young professionals in Europe and Asia, to provide a bridge between the two continents, and to strengthen multilateral cooperation and cultural ties.
One of STEAR’s pillars is to strengthen mutual understanding between Asia and Europe through our events. The STEAR Dialogue is our event series format which invites high level speakers under the broad umbrella of international relations across Eurasia to engage with our youth audience in an interactive question-and-answer format. In particular, this event series will focus on more personal, experience-oriented and diverse themes including career development, advice for young people, culture, activism, etc. It is a chance for our audience to get to know practitioners and experts in different fields on a deeper level by asking them questions, and for our speakers to interact with an audience of mostly students and young professionals.
Cornelia Kutterer Senior Director, Head of Responsible Tech & Competition, European Government Affairs, Microsoft
Cornelia leads Microsoft’s European Rule of Law, Responsible Tech & Competition team which focuses on the impact of new technologies and regulatory frameworks that meet expectations of society and healthy competition. Her team covers policies such as responsible/ethical/trustworthy AI, digital safety and content regulation, privacy, lawful access, human rights and competition. She regularly engages with leading European scholars in these fields to advance academic thinking. Cornelia has long standing experience in Information Society & Internet policies and speaks regularly at regional and international conferences. Before joining Microsoft, she led the legal department of BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation. She has also gained experience in a top 10 law firm and started her professional career in the European Parliament as a political advisor to an MEP. Cornelia is a qualified German lawyer and holds a master’s degree in information technology and telecommunication laws. She studied law at the Universities of Passau, Porto, Hamburg and Glasgow/Strathclyde.