Martin Hullin


Program Digitalization and the Common Good


Martin Hullin works as Director in the program “Digitalization and the Common Good” at the Bertelsmann Stiftung.

His main responsibilities include developing innovative approaches at national and international level, the public representation of the program and its projects, and contributing empirical evidence and case studies to relevant decision-making processes.

Previously, he was the co-founder and Deputy Executive Director of the Datasphere Initiative and the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network in Paris, France.

Before building thematic expert networks in the field of international digital and data policy, Hullin was responsible for formalizing a leading global renewable energy network and worked as a consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme and GIZ.

In addition to being a public speaker on international digital and data policy, he has also led a variety of impact-oriented cooperation projects in LAC, Africa, Asia and North America.

Martin holds a Master's degree in International Relations from the Freie University of Berlin and a double degree in International Management. He has worked in Washington D.C., Shanghai and Berlin, where he was the CEO of an award-winning knowledge management startup. He speaks English, German, Polish and French.


Photo credit: Ansichtssache_Britta Schröder