Katharina Pollich holds a master's degree in Politics & Technology from the Technical University of Munich. She examined the transformation of cities into circular cities in her master's thesis. She brings expertise in environmental policy, social transformation processes, and the circular economy to intep, where she works primarily in Socioeconomics.
My primary professional and personal goal is to make a positive contribution to society, especially in the fields of sustainability and environmental protection. I strive to continuously expand my expertise in these areas and to use my knowledge strategically and purposefully to tackle urgent social challenges. In recent years, I have focused on the concepts of a “circular economy” and a “circular society,” and look forward to contributing and deepening this knowledge at intep.
Education and Training
MSc Politics & Technology (TU Munich)
BA Political Science & Economics (LMU Munich)