Nina is the Director of Data and Polling at Rasmussen Global, the political consultancy set up Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO and Prime Minister of Denmark.
A political commentator and advisor to government and businesses, Nina specialises in political risk, disruptive technology in politics, Russian hybrid warfare and Brexit. She has worked on decisive European political campaigns and elections, including the UK's 2016 EU Referendum and on Emmanuel Macron's successful bid to become French President in 2017.
Nina is a contributor to international broadcasters including Bloomberg, Sky, BBC, CNBC and ZDF. She has been published by CNN, the Sunday Telegraph and the New Statesman amongst others. She has worked at UK Parliament, Spiegel Online, the EU policy think tank Open Europe, and Hanbury Strategy.
Nina speaks seven languages including German, Spanish and French. She holds degrees from Cambridge University and University College London.
Nina appears on BBC Newsnight with a panel to discuss whether or not the British Cabinet will be able to agree a position on Brexit as the clock runs down in the negotiations. They also discuss Angela Merkel's future.
Nina appears on BBC Newsnight with Emily Maitlis discussing Angela Merkel's future as her party and cabinet are locked into battle over the Chancellor refugee and asylum policy.
Nina appears on the Sunrise Paper Review, discussing Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong Un of North Korea, and the Brexit bill's journey through the house of commons. She argues that it is right and proper for the bill to be scrutinised by Parliament.
Nina appears on Sunrise reviewing the Day's Papers with Tim Marshall as Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet in a historic summit in Singapore. Also in the news is Brexit, as the EU withdrawal bill returns to the Commons.
Nina discusses the current political impasse in Italy. As new elections loom, she argues that the impasse is difficult to overcome. M5S and Lega are unlikely to give investors and markets the assurances they seek by guaranteeing Italy's place in the Single Currency. On the other hand, they will also likely refuse to campaign on a platform to leave the Euro in a new election, knowing it is unpopular amongst voters.
Nina Schick appears on the Sky News Paper Review with Michael Heaver, discussing why the UK government has not put in place plans for a 'no deal' Brexit. She argues that the British government does not have the time, money or capacity to prepare for a no deal Brexit before the UK leaves in March 2019.
Nina appears on the Sky News Paper Review with Michael Heaver, former advisor to Nigel Farage, discussing the current political turmoil in Italy as Lega Nord and M5S fail to form a government, after the Italian President vetoed their choice for Finance Minister.
Nina appears on All Out Politics with Jonathon Isaby of Brexit Central and Adam Boulton, discussing the latest in Brexit, including whether or not Britain will remain in the Customs Union, and if the government is competent enough to deliver a Brexit to quell all its critics.
Nina appears on Bloomberg Markets discussion the expulsion of Russian diplomats suspected of being spies all across the world in response to the Skripal affair. Nina argues that a further coordinated Western response to Russian hybrid war is necessary.
Nina appears on BBC News to discuss the Skripal Affair and argues that Russia is waging a hybrid war against the West. She says that there has to be a better coordinated Western response.
Nina appears on All Out Politics with Adam Boulton from Brussels discussing the EU Leaders Summit and their decision to back Britain's that Russia was behind the Salisbury Attack. She argues that the democratic world’s fightback against Russia’s hybrid war on the West is long overdue, and that Britain can play a key role.
Nina appears on CNN's Talk with Max Foster, Bonnie Greer and Iain Martin discussing the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal on British soil, and arguing that Theresa May has to be robust on Russian in responding. She argues that the entire West has to have better strategy on Russian hybrid war, but that this will be difficult for the UK as it is leaving the EU, and it's relationship with the United States is increasingly strained.
Nina appears on Newsnight with Iain Dale, Paul Mason and Suzanne Evans discussing Theresa May's Mansion House Brexit speech. Nina argues that May's finally admitted that Brexit will involve trade-offs, but that the UK's approach will need to be clarified further, in particular with regard to the solution for the Northern Irish border.
Nina appears on Bloomberg Markets discussing a big weekend for European Politics: Theresa May's next Brexit speech and the quandary of the Irish border, the Italian elections, and whether or not the SPD will vote to go into coalition with Angela Merkel's CDU.
Nina appears on Bloomberg's What'd You Miss discussing whether Theresa May could face a cross-party challenge to keep the UK in a customs union with the EU, and trails the Italian National Election on Sunday March 4 2018.
Nina appears on All Out Politics with Michael Heaver, former advisor to Nigel Farage, discussing Jeremy Corbyn's Brexit intervention stating that Labour supports staying in a customs union arrangement with the EU. Nina argues that though Corbyn's position is a 'softer' form of Brexit, it is not without its own challenges.
Why Angela Merkel won't be 'fixing' Brexit for the British - or at least, not in the way commonly imagined by some commentators and politicians.
Der Status der EU-Bürger in Großbritannien ist weiterhin ungeklärt. Viele Europäer fühlen sich nicht mehr willkommen. Fast jeder hat eine Geschichte zu erzählen. Nina in interview mit Handelsblatt.
Business Insider France reports Nina's speech at France Digital Day 2017 in Paris, where she was speaking alongside Taavet Hindrikus, CEO of Transferwise, and Fleur Pellerin, the former French Minister.
Angela Merkel will seek to not only win the German national elections in Germany in September 2017, but also to shore up support for the EU project.
Germany cannot afford to turn it's back on it's most important single trading partner and key military ally, despite public opposition to Donald Trump.
Following the Berlin terror attacks, Nina discusses what the increased security threat means for German Chancellor Angela Merkel's re-election chances next year.
On how Paris and Berlin have no agreed long-term vision for the future of the bloc as it faces Brexit, populist movements and economic stagnation.
Discussing François Fillon as the presidential candidate for the French centre-right with Renaud Girard, Chief Foreign Correspondent for Le Figaro, and French Senator Nathalie Goulet.