Marlena Pompino, MA, is Assistant to the Head of Sub-Saharan Africa Projects at the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and Rule of Law in Heidelberg, Germany.
Marlena Pompino has an undergraduate double major in English Studies, focusing on Linguistics, and Economic Sciences, with a minor in Intercultural German Studies. She spent her final year in Namibia, in order to learn more about that beautiful continent and its diverse cultures, tribes, and people. She also holds a postgraduate degree in Media and Communication Management from the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences in Cologne. Her thesis was titled: Interculturality: Between real diversity and fake stereotypes – a comparative content analysis of corporate content communication around the world.
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Work for CID:
Marlena Pompino translated KC27: Globalization, KC84: Double Intercultural Dialogue, KC92: Kintsugi, and KC95: Transnational Media into German.