Alexandra holds a master in Project Management, Leadership and Communication. She was Assistant Project Manager at The National Museum of Oslo, where she was in charge of the project for the opening exhibition. She also has experience as Project Manager for a three-year's project at the Cultural History Museum, where she lead the work for the new exhibition. In addition, and among other things, she has project management experience from Doctors Without Borders.
"I approach this job with humility and will do my best to continue the good cooperation with all relevant stakeholders. I look forward to embarking on this meaningful task and to use my know how and experience into the development of the permanent 22 July Centre. I am also looking forward to getting to know my new colleagues and to learning from their valuable experiences. I am sure that it will be challenging, but also worthwhile. We will continue the important social mission of preserving and disseminating our collective memory of the 22 July attacks - and it means a lot to me that we should be able to convey a message about the value of inclusion and tolerance, also to the young and the coming generation." she says.
Alexandra will join us on 9 January, and we are looking forward to the next three years we will have together!