Tine has been working in the field of foresight for the past 3 years, and has run and participated in numerous foresight exercises on food security, food safety, health and nutrition, industrial transformation and eco-innovation. She is co-author of the recent JRC foresight report, ‘Global Food Security 2030. Assessing trends with a view to guiding future EU policies’. Before joining the JRC in 2013, she was a fellow at the London School of Economics, where she researched on EU-Africa relations with a particular focus on trade and migration policies. She was also a post-doctoral fellow at the European University Institute and worked at as a consultant in West Africa focused on migration and development issues. She completed her PhD in International Relations in 2009 at the London School of Economics where she researched the dynamics of the EU-Africa negotiating strategies. Her main interests include migration, gender dynamics in the workplace and in power structures, and economic transformation.