Project leader and producer at the Stockholm Museum of Women’s History
My journey at the museum started in january 2019 as an intern – just before the museum opened. Now, I’m a project leader and producer planning and coordinating our events and producing content to our digital channels. I’m also in charge of our project Kvinnans Plats, a podcast that tells stories about women’s history and raises questions about sexuality, beauty norms, taxi drivers, feminist movements, basketball and the first women’s shelter for Roma women in Sweden. I’m also the official photographer at the museum. As a producer I get the opportunity to combine creativity with my passion for people, equality and representation.
My background is pretty diverse. Before joining the museum I graduated from university with two bachelors – one in Social Anthropology and one in Media and Communication. Choosing a path has not been without confusion. Due to my curiosity (and restlessness) I had some gap years as a student both working and traveling, collecting experiences from different fields. I’ve mainly worked within elder care and as a social worker coaching young people with autism in their daily life. During my studies I also worked with equality and communication projects fo the Red Cross and KTH (Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm).