Dr. Nina Wolff
Dr. Nina Wolff (* 3.11.1970) studied philosophy and law in Germany and France, graduated in law from the University of Lille (1995). From 1995-2001 she worked as a research assistant, first at the Europa-Institut of the Saarland University, then at the T.M.C. Asser Institute for International and European Law, The Hague. master
(LL.M.) in European law (1997) and doctorate (Dr. iur.) In European and international environmental law (2002). Further professional positions as a research assistant at the Leipzig Environmental Research Center, as a project manager and consultant for NGOs, including at Deutsche Umwelthilfe and the US Pew Charitable Trusts - with a focus on biodiversity, fisheries and marine protection. Member of the Board of Directors since July 2019 and Chairwoman of Slow Food Germany since June 2021, member of the Advisory Board of Slow Food International.