Stefanie is an Associate Advisor at BIT, applying her skills across a diverse range of topics within BIT’s Economic Policy portfolio. A great deal of Stefanie’s project work focuses on using behavioural insights to prevent online harms and help consumers achieve better outcomes. Additionally, she provides direct support to the Senior Director of the team. Prior to joining BIT, Stefanie was employed at the Institute for Work Science at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, where she also graduated with an MSc in Business Psychology. Her job involved working in several EU-funded projects aimed at reducing youth unemployment across Europe. She engaged in capacity-building among teachers, employment advisors and career counsellors and helped them promote entrepreneurial activity as an alternative to traditional employment.