Fostering change and connecting minds through a virtual knowledge exchange on artificial intelligence (AI).
A woman with a way forward
Meet Katharina Miller. A multifaceted individual on a mission to promote the 2030 Agenda both personally and professionally.
“For me, it’s of utmost importance to find solutions for our living together in the Fourth Industrial Revolution by implementing the 17 SDGs.”
Katharina’s vast background stretches from legal, operational, and risk management experience to compliance and ethics, women’s rights, and innovation. As a founding partner of 3C Compliance and a qualified lawyer, she sees connections with AI at multiple levels.
As one of the 155 international participants involved in the Leading with AI: Ignite and build your AI-driven ideas Lab, Katherina partook in the 3-month learning journey co-hosted by GIZ’s Global Leadership Academy and the International Training Centre of the ILO.
Her active participation was most particularly noted by the initiative and proactivity to host virtual coffee breaks with other lab mates. Together, they even created a blog to highlight some of the AI-deas shared. Listen to her reflections:
Moving forward, Katharina is passionate about infusing her daily work with the insights gained during this participatory journey. “The lab inspired me to learn more about AI and become a proactive change agent,” she shares.
As a result, she recently co-founded a working group on “Data-Driven Technology and Equality” with the Berkeley Law School’s Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law Center. Katharina is actively translating her aspiration into action.