Managing Director, Initiative D21 e.V., Berlin
Lena-Sophie Müller is the director of the non-profit Initiative D21 e.V. since 2014. In this position it is her concern to demonstrate social implications of digitization and help to positively shape them. She is an expert on digital transformation and holds keynotes and speeches on the topics of digitization.
Before her position at D21, she was a scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS in Berlin (01/2008-12/2013). There she has led numerous modernization and e-government projects with industry and public administration on EU, federal, state and local level. From 2010 on she was also responsible for the Center for Interoperability. Mueller studied political science in Sydney (Australia) and Potsdam where she received her degree.