Evelyn Clara Rosenberg
Master in Interdisziplinäre Lateinamerikastudien
Junior Manager Business Development

Evelyn Clara Rosenberg is a Junior Manager for Business Development with a focus on strategic business development and project acquisition. She works on the identification of relevant projects in European and international institutions, the development of technical proposals, and the conclusion of contracts. Evelyn also provides support for supply management activities and helps optimise internal processes.

Before joining adelphi, Evelyn gained diverse practical experience in development cooperation at home and abroad. During an internship in the South America Regional Department at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), she acquired extensive insight into order management and quality assurance for various project proposals in South America. Evelyn also helped the department research and compile presentations and strategic documents. In addition, she worked on ‘The German Contribution to the Climate in Latin America’ (EUROCLIMA+) in Brussels, a GIZ project related to NDC implementation in Latin America. In that context, she provided support for the project components ‘Biodiversity, Forests and Ecosystems’ and ‘Resilient Food Production’, participating in the planning, preparation and implementation of a regional kick-off workshop in Mexico for funded projects in Latin America and the tendering of technical assistance packages. Most recently, Evelyn worked with the Gender Focal Point on gender mainstreaming in the field of climate protection. Prior to that, she was responsible for network development and public relations in other internships at the German-Ecuadorian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Quinto (Ecuador) and the non-profit Food Assembly (Marktschwärmer) in Berlin.

Evelyn has a master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies from the Freie Universität Berlin and a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Sociology from the University of Potsdam. Her main fields of study were Development Policy and International Cooperation in Latin America. During her master’s studies, Evelyn explored environmental problems and social-ecological conflicts and focused on the resistance of affected and mostly marginalised communities. In addition, she has dealt with climate policy issues such as climate justice, ecological responsibility, and socio-ecological alternatives to commodity dependence through her voluntary work with the civil society group YASunidos Deutschland.