Sophie Bloemen is based in Berlin and writes, speaks, and organises on the sharing of knowledge, the commons and new narratives for Europe.
She has worked as an advocate and public interest consultant for various NGOs on health, trade & innovation, as well as on cross-border cultural dialogue for Europe.
She is engaged in a number of projects and political processes that explore and discuss new, creative institutions and collaborative models, particularly on health R&D, internet infrastructure and urban commons.
She has worked with EU institutions, national policy makers and multilateral institutions in Geneva. Her work has also taken her to Latin America as part of a civil society coalition on health and trade issues. She started her career at the European Commission in Brussels.
Sophie has degrees in philosophy, political economy and International Relations, from the university of Amsterdam and London School of Economics.
Find her on Twitter: @sbloemen