Anne Tiedemann is part of a network of young German and Chinese leaders from all sectors who come together to engage in intensive dialogue and to undergo further professional and intercultural training. The Zukunftsbrücke – Chinese-German Young Professional Campus takes place in alternate years in China and Germany.
Anne Tiedemann serves as Parliamentary Assistant to Rebecca Harms, President of the Greens at the European Parliament. Before this, she also worked for Elisabeth Schroedter and Malika Benarab-Attou, both Members of the Employment and Social Committee of the European Parliament. Her major focus is on EU economic governance as well as on employment and social policy. In her current capacity she supports her supervisor along the entire parliamentary process, writing briefing papers and amendments, providing strategic guidance, and negotiating with relevant stakeholders. Anne is also a board member of the German Greens in Brussels. Prior to this, she worked at a small-sized company and gained experience in trade at the European Commission and at the French Parliament working with Manuel Valls. Anne holds a diploma in Political Science, Economics, Law and Literature from the Free University Berlin, an MA in European Studies from the College of Europe and an Executive Master in Finance at Solvay Business School.