Anne Jerratsch

Editor and Writer in Berlin, Deutschland

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ANNE JERRATSCH is a dedicated historian and language lover of common interest, working in between media and cultural business.

She is currently working as a freelance journalist, author and circuit editor for Netzpiloten Magazin, a product of Netzpiloten AG.

She also is an editor and Media Observator at Argus Data Insights, Berlin. There, she assembles press reviews from print, web and data bases for several international companies in the food and industry sector.

During her studies, she worked for several Museums in Berlin, such as the Jewish Museum, the Federal Commissioner for the Stasi-Records (BStU), as Volunteer at the National Trust in Bangor, Wales.

She also worked as a a long-term intern at Radio TEDDY, a children's radio station in Potsdam in 2014.

She co-creates several podcasts, such as FunkUP, the radio program of the University of Potsdam, and the ad-free audio drama community Neuvertonung.

  • Work
    • Editor, Journalist (see above)
  • Education
    • M.A. Modern History, University of Potsdam, Germany
    • B.A. English, History, University of Greifswald, Germany