Diana Kinnert

Expert on the Future of Society, Entrepreneur, Consultant and Publicist

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Diana Kinnert

Expert on the Future of Society, Entrepreneur, Consultant and Publicist

Diana Kinnert is a CDU politician, entrepreneur, consultant and publicist. She works for various research institutes and think tanks and advises foreign governments as well as German government agencies on digitalization, sustainability, demography and participation. Diana Kinnert (*1991) studied political science, philosophy and social sciences at the universities of Göttingen, Amsterdam, Cologne and Berlin. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2013. She has been a member of the CDU since 2009. Between 2015 and 2016 she was the office manager of the then Vice President of the Bundestag Peter Hintze, later she became a member of the party reform commission under CDU Secretary General Peter Tauber. From 2013 to 2015, she was a member of the Youth Advisory Council of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and an ambassador for the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations. In 2019, she joined the Federal Committee on Social Inclusion. Within this committee, Kinnert deals with social milieus in the urban population, the social isolation of senior generations and modern concepts of social bonding. In March 2022, she became a member of the expert commission "Values Foundation and Foundations of the CDU" headed by the historian Prof. Dr. Andreas Rödder. Diana Kinnert advises various foreign government agencies and foundations, including the world's first Ministry of Loneliness in the UK. She is a member of the Young Transatlanticists Initiative, is involved in the Young Integration Politicians Working Group of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and supports the Society for Threatened Peoples. She is also a faculty member of the European Institute of Exponential Technologies and Desirable Futures Futur/io. Diana Kinnert is considered a "Leader of Tomorrow" by appointment at the St. Gallen Symposium. She is an ambassador of the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations, belongs to Global Media House GmbH and is founder and managing director of Globalo News Publishing GmbH and newsgreen GmbH. She is a best-selling author, much sought-after commentator and a welcome guest in various media. With Harald Welzer, she has a regular discussion programme entitled "Denken mit Kinnert und Welzer" ("Thinking with Kinnert and Welzer") on phoenix and has been curating Gabor Steingart's future podcast "Der 8. Tag" ("The 8th Day") since 2020.

About Diana Kinnert

Diana Kinnert is a CDU politician, entrepreneur, consultant and publicist. She works for various research institutes and think tanks and advises foreign governments as well as German government agencies on digitalization, sustainability, demography and participation.

Diana Kinnert (*1991) studied political science, philosophy and social sciences at the universities of Göttingen, Amsterdam, Cologne and Berlin. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2013. She has been a member of the CDU since 2009. Between 2015 and 2016 she was the office manager of the then Vice President of the Bundestag Peter Hintze, later she became a member of the party reform commission under CDU Secretary General Peter Tauber.

From 2013 to 2015, she was a member of the Youth Advisory Council of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and an ambassador for the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations. In 2019, she joined the Federal Committee on Social Inclusion. Within this committee, Kinnert deals with social milieus in the urban population, the social isolation of senior generations and modern concepts of social bonding. In March 2022, she became a member of the expert commission "Values Foundation and Foundations of the CDU" headed by the historian Prof. Dr. Andreas Rödder.

Diana Kinnert advises various foreign government agencies and foundations, including the world's first Ministry of Loneliness in the UK. She is a member of the Young Transatlanticists Initiative, is involved in the Young Integration Politicians Working Group of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and supports the Society for Threatened Peoples. She is also a faculty member of the European Institute of Exponential Technologies and Desirable Futures Futur/io.

Diana Kinnert is considered a "Leader of Tomorrow" by appointment at the St. Gallen Symposium. She is an ambassador of the Foundation for the Rights of Future Generations, belongs to Global Media House GmbH and is founder and managing director of Globalo News Publishing GmbH and newsgreen GmbH.

She is a best-selling author, much sought-after commentator and a welcome guest in various media. With Harald Welzer, she has a regular discussion programme entitled "Denken mit Kinnert und Welzer" ("Thinking with Kinnert and Welzer") on phoenix and has been curating Gabor Steingart's future podcast "Der 8. Tag" ("The 8th Day") since 2020.

Topics

  • The New Loneliness
  • A Woman Joins the CDU - Multicoloured is the New Black

Books

  • Die neue Einsamkeit, 2022
  • Für die Zukunft seh' ich schwarz: Plädoyer für einen modernen Konservatismus, 2017