Mo leads The Glass Room project, an interactive exhibition on data and privacy.
Mo leads The Glass Room project, an interactive exhibition on data and privacy.
Wael is a Project Developer for Tactical Tech's Exposing the Invisible project.
Jacopo is working across projects to ensure smooth technological infrastructure.
Yiorgos is a Designer, working across multiple projects and as part of the Products Team who are responsible for the design and development of Tactical Tech products.
Cassie is the Project Coordinator of our Data & Politics project.
Nicholas is Tactical Tech's Development Director, responsible for overseeing the organisation's development functions including fundraising and grant management, partnership management and communications.
Laurent is the senior developer for Tactical Tech and the Team Lead of the Products Team. The Products Team is responsible for the design and development of Tactical Tech's products.
Safa is Tactical Tech's Associate Programme Director and Project Lead of the Data Detox Kit project, a toolkit for online privacy, digital security and digital wellbeing.
Stephanie co-founded the organisation alongside Marek Tuszynski in 2003.
Dominika is the Project Coordinator of our youth project What the Future Wants.
Christy is Tactical Tech's Programme Director, working across projects to provide strategic direction and support.
Louise is the Senior Project Coordinator of The Glass Room project and supports the team in working with remote partners internationally hosting interactive exhibitions on data and privacy.
Amber is a researcher and workshop facilitator looking at the way data is used in formal and informal political processes around the world.
Aaron is our Grant and Fundraising Coordinator, working as part of the Development Team.
Alejandro is the System/Operation Administrator of Tactical Tech.
Emma is the Event Coordinator of The Glass Room project.
Daniela is the Chief Operations Officer for Tactical Tech, responsible for overseeing all of the organisation's finances and human resources.
Lieke is the Project Coordinator of our Exposing the Invisible project.
Laura leads Tactical Tech's Exposing the Invisible project which provides techniques, tools and methods of digital and non-digital investigations.
Helderyse is the Senior project coordinator of Tactical Tech's project focused on youth, What The Future Wants.
Ana is the Communications and Fundraising Coordinator, responsible for the organisation's communications and fundraising initiatives.
Saqib is working in the Products Team across multiple projects support the development of Tactical Tech products.
Carolina is Tactical Tech's People and Culture Coordinator, working within the organisational team.
Ngan is Tactical Tech's Finance Manager, working as part of the Organisational Team.
Megan manages the human resources of Tactical Tech.
Marek is the Executive Director of Tactical Tech. He co-founded the organisation alongside Stephanie Hankey in 2003.
Danja is the System / Operation Engineer at Tactical Tech, ensuring that the technology infrastructure is intact.
Ravi is the founding director of Toxics Link, an Indian environmental NGO working on areas of chemical safety, toxics and waste. Over the past 14 years, Ravi and his group have played a key role, as civil society actors, to help formulate polices and regulations including those relating to bio medical waste, municipal solid waste and hazardous waste, besides implementing several best practice models on the ground.
Ravi is part of several standards and regulatory committees in the Government, and participates in UNEP, IFCS, WHO forums and International conventions, at various committees and panels. He has been awarded the IFCS Special Recognition Award (2008) and the prestigious Ashoka fellowship, and writes regularly on environmental issues in the media and journals. He is also a well known and accomplished photo-artist, and has published two photo books.
Janet is a consultant in organisational development, leadership and culture for NGOs and social enterprises. Until 2019 she worked for Greenpeace International as People and Culture Director, where she led the development and implementation of the organisation’s first global People Strategy, oversaw the creation of a leadership development programme, and led the development of an Integrity System for the global organisation. Prior to that, in her role overseeing the development of national and regional Greenpeace organisations around the world, she was one of the key architects of a major strategic change to the organisation’s operating model. She led Greenpeace’s global climate campaign in the period immediately after the agreement of the Kyoto Protocol, and, at the start of her career, participated in the campaign to save Antarctica as a wilderness, protected from exploitation.
Janet was born in Aotearoa New Zealand, and has lived in Amsterdam for over two decades. She has a Masters Degree in Resource Management, and was selected as a Yale World Fellow in 2013.
Andrea is an experienced CEO/Senior Executive with a demonstrated history in international cooperation, and she brings extensive international experience from Eastern Europe, the Middle East and major industrialised countries. To shape the digital transformation in a socially responsible way is according to her longstanding experience the foundation of a successful transformation of our economic and social system towards sustainability, remaining one of the key challenges for the decades to come.
With around 20 years at GIZ and on C-level for two other non-profit organisations she is used to holding overall responsibility i.a. for finances and HR, which qualifies her for the role of the Treasurer at Tactical Tech. With Berlin being the nucleus of innovation and tech developments in Germany, especially from her time as CEO of Berlin Partner, Andrea brings valuable skills in operations and innovations management, international business development and government relations. As Executive Director at Berghof Foundation her focus was on the comprehensive strategic and organisational realignment. In particular, she has looked closely at the extent to which digital progress influences societies and conflict dynamic and integrated the nexus of digitisation and security into Berghof’s portfolio. Currently, her path led her back to GIZ where she is responsible for the global setting up of GIZ in the context of cybersecurity, thus remaining true to her interest in comprehensive transformation processes and being able to build on what she has dealt with before.
Jonathan Landgrebe is a German publisher and CEO of the Suhrkamp Publishing House. He was born in Hamburg and studied in Göttingen, Lyon, Berkeley and Munich, where he obtained a doctorate in economics, and also followed the Technology Management Study Program of the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM) of LMU and TU Munich. In 2008 he became a board member of Suhrkamp and has been CEO of Suhrkamp since 2015.
He is member of the board of the CDTM-Alumni, member of the foundation board of the Max Frisch Stiftung as well as a member of the board of directors of the Peter Suhrkamp Stiftung. He lives in Berlin.
André Wilkens is the director of the European Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam.
He is also the Board Chair of Tactical Tech, the co-founder of the Initiative Offene Gesellschaft and a founding member of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
In the past he worked as Director of the Mercator Centre Berlin, as Director of the Open Society Institute Brussels and as Head of Strategic Communications of UNHCR in Geneva.
His positions prior to this were at the Ogilvy & Mather communications agency in Brussels, the European Training Foundation in Turin and at the European Commission and European Parliament in Brussels.
André is the author of two books: Analog ist das neue Bio (2015) and Der diskrete Charme der Bürokratie (2017), and a regular media contributor.