After working for almost three years in the social media team of the European Parliament in Brussels she changed the side: back to journalism. Since February she reports for the German news agency KNA on social issues in the EU and the region around Brussels. In particular Snapchat catched her attention in the former job. That's why she kept her private account where she gives insights into the life of an EU correspondent. She studied European Studies at Maastricht University and then learned how to produce web-videos, write long reportages and speak in podcasts at the Deutsche Journalistenschule in Munich and with the journalism scholarship programme of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation (JONA). After a short intermezzo at the Financial Times Deutschland in Berlin her first job brought her to the heart of Europe, directly into the Eurobubble: Brussels. Her second job did not take her far away - instead of in the European Parliament her office is now in the International Press Center next to the European Commission.