Nadja completed an internship at Polaron back in 2013 and joined the team as the German researcher and office coordinator in 2015. She contributes to the European citizenship department by sourcing archival documents and vital records from German archives and civil registry offices. She’s also responsible for enquiries about German citizenship. Nadja holds a Bachelor’s degree in Romance Languages, Scandinavian Languages and Finnish and focused on Finnish linguistics. She is currently completing her Master’s degree in Conference Interpreting. It is her dream to one day interpret for the European Institutions.
Fun fact: In her free time, Nadja tries to stay up-to-date with the royal families of this world, her favourite ones being the Swedish and the British royal families. She constantly tries to convince people that it’s useful to know all the names of Queen Elizabeth’s descendants.