Position: Senior consultant
Project manager for MedPlant – working with coordinating, administration, communication, reporting to the EU and financial aspects of the project.
In 2003 I finished my Master degree from University of Roskilde in Geography and Environmental planning. During the last 10 years I have worked at International Data Group planning conferences and events, I have done internal communication at A.P. Møller Mærsk, planning COP15 and the Danish EU precidency 2012 at The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and since beginning of 2013 I have been involved in coordinating and administrating EU-projects at the University of Copenhagen, Natural History Museum of Denmark.
Why did you find it important to be part of MedPlant?
For me being part of MedPlant is a great opportunity to learn more about a research environment and EU projects. I’m also excited to contribute to a project that works for the sustainable use of biodiversity resources and which could potentially help to cure diseases in the future.
What do you hope to gain/achieve as part of MedPlant?
I hope to make a difference within the project, making administration and coordination run smoothly for the people involved – enabling them to excell in their research within MedPlant and beyond.