Ann-Cathrin Beermann studies in the master's programme in political science at the Freie Universität Berlin. She also graduated the bachelor degree's programme in political science at the FU-Berlin.
She received an ERASMUS-scholarship by the EU to study at the Lund University in Sweden for two semesters and a research scholarship by the University Alliance for Sustainability that enabled her to spend one semester at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Additionally, she attended the course "Contemporary Nationalism around the World" during the 2010 Summerschool at Helsinki University, Finland.
Since March 2014 Ann-Cathrin Beerman works as a research assistant at the Environmental Policy Research Centre of the Freie Universität Berlin and supports the research of the Policy Assessment working group led by Dr. Klaus Jacob.
From June 2015 to July 2016, she was the manager of the 2016 Berlin Conference on Global Environmental Change, which was held by the Environmental Policy Reserach Centre in cooperation with the German Development Institute in May 2016.
Additionally, Ann-Cathrin Beerman is a Lecturer at the University for Applied Science in Rottenburg and teaches Tourismpolicy in the bachelor's programme "Sustianable Regional Management".
Her research interests are ressource policy, particularly related to food security, agriculture policy and food waste management.