Born 1979 in Calw/Germany.
Nadine Jäger graduated in cultural studies from the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)/Germany with a diploma in 2006. She passed a year abroad at Université Paris Sorbonne V (2002/2003). Nadine Jäger currently works on her PhD in cultural anthropology at the European University Viadrina on the topic of migration and public cultural institutions.
She worked as a press coordinator for the Staatsballett Berlin from 2005 to 2009. Also in 2009, she was a student research assistant in cultural management at the European University Viadrina.
During her studies, Nadine Jäger worked as an intern and freelancer for several cultural institutions in Berlin and Frankfurt (Oder). Furthermore, she was an intern at Goethe-Institut in Abidjan/Ivory Coast in 2004, she worked for an educational and cultural project for street children in Dakar/Senegal in 2003 and was an intern for the Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Kultur e.V. (German cultural foundation) in Lahore/Pakistan in 2000.
She was responsible for the concept and production of the exhibitions »Conexão Carioca« at the Senatsreservenspeicher Berlin (2006) and »Carioca Connection. Verbindende Elemente einer fragmentierten Stadt« (Connecting elements of a fragmented city) at the Club der polnischen Versager Berlin (2005).
Publications: Funk the City. Sounds und städtisches Handeln aus den Peripherien von Rio de Janeiro und Berlin (as co-editor), B-Books, Berlin 2008, connected to a research fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD); »Teamarbeit: Wie Kommunen und Universitäten gemeinsam Projekte realisieren können« (as co-author), in: Handbuch KulturManagement 49, Raabe Verlag, Stuttgart 2002, B 4.1, p. 1–24.