Yasmin is a Politics and Technology Graduate Student at the Technical University Munich focusing on regulation of emerging technologies and AI ethics. She also works as a Business Program Manager at Microsoft, where she engages in ‘Responsible AI’.
Yasmin is the co-founder of the initiative Responsible Technology Hub (RTH) and has further founded the non-profit organization Diverse Young Leaders e.V., which works toward making the youth leadership arena in Germany more accessible and inclusive to BPoC and other minority groups.
Yasmin worked with the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), the German Federal Foreign Office, the GIZ, the Welthungerhilfe as well as TechQuartier, and was named Young Global Changemaker 2022 by the Global Solutions Initiative. She was nominated for several awards for her engagement and received the ‘2021 Volunteer of the Year’ award.
Updated November 2022
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