Michaela has over three years of experience in data analysis and the application of statistical and econometric techniques, using time series data, panel data and dealing with large datasets (big data). This experience includes not only the typical steps of collecting, cleaning, and visualizing data, but also designing and implementing data migration concepts using programming and statistical tools.
Apart from her analytical skills, she also has project management experience in the public sector, where she designed and implemented a country-wide data migration and process modelling concept with her team. In addition to this, she supported insurance companies, asset managers and banks on regulatory questions.
Michaela finished her Bachelor of European Economic Studies in Bamberg and the University of Calgary, Canada, where she published her thesis on Renewable and Non-Renewable Resource Extraction. She completed her Master in International Economics and Public Policy at the University of Mainz and the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in South Korea, while working her Master Thesis regarding Waves of Globalization, the empirical patterns, and economic explanations behind them.
A native German speaker, she is fluent in English, has an advanced knowledge of Spanish and basic knowledge of French.