Our board of directors


Louise Høgenhaven


Louise finished as a nurse from the Nursing School in Århus in 2006 and holds a BA in International Business Communication from CBS in Copenhagen.

As a nurse she primarily worked within the field of psychiatry and with the young patient group. 
Today she works with communication in healthcare at Region Hovedstaden, Psykinfo.

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Line Seier Madsen

Vice chairwoman

Line has a degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Copenhagen, where she specialised in Greenlandic youth and their migration to Denmark in relation to their education. Following her degree she has made public presentations about her thesis.

Today she works as a project worker for a social employment program: ‘voices of the street’, under the Social Services Department for homeless and marginalised people.

During her studies she also worked as a volunteer for Actionaid Denmark, Amnesty International and Ibis.

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Camilla Høgenhaven


Camilla is a Master of Law and works as an attorney at ‘Statens og Kommunernes Indkøbsservice.’

She works with Corporate Social Responsibility from a public perspective, and focus on environmental issues, ethics and sustainability.

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Ida Bundgaard Berggren


Ida is a teacher at Dragør Skole where she teaches Music and Danish.

Ida grew up in Århus and moved to Copenhagen in 2008, and lives on Nørrebro with her daughter and husband.

Nikolaj Krusell


Nikolaj has a background in Biomedical Engineering and is employed at Novo Nordisk A/S where he takes part in the research and development of the future medical devices for diabetes.

Nikolaj is focused on creating value to people living with diabetes by improving treatment and user experience by innovative medical devices

Julie Claudi Pedersen


Julie has a bachelor in Communication and Cultural Encounters from RUC. She is currently busy finishing her thesis in Digital Design and Communication at the IT University in Copenhagen.

She has previously worked and studied in South Africa. Both as a volunteer and instructor at an outdoor centre for underprivileged children in the Eastern Cape – and later as an exchange student at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.

Katrine Holm Johansen


Katrine holds a BA in Social Anthropology and Human Rights from the University of Lund and a Master’s degree in Anthropology from the University of Copenhagen.

Through studies, work and volunteering she has specialised in the following subjects; gender equality, violence in intimate relationships, sexual violence and marginalisation.
In 2009 Katrine conducted her fieldwork about social insecurity in India and wrote her thesis about the subject.

She is a member of Voldsobservatoriet and does research on violence in intimate relationships from a public health perspective.