Yolanda Rother is a curator and moderator with an academic background rooted in Public Policy, American Studies and Sociology. She has experience working with creatives, startups, communities and governments around the world. Her work focuses on digital inclusion and decolonization, open government, urban transformation, as well as human rights. Since 2018, she has been part of the international curatorial team for re:publica, a digital society festival on the topic of the Internet and society, where she co-organised a series of events in the USA as well as in Ghana.
The session with this speaker is powered by re:publica on Sequencer Tour, which is a lighthouse project of Wunderbar Together. We thank the German Federal Foreign Office for making this possible.