Nina supports young people, parents, teachers and schools all over the world to prepare for the unknown by embracing creativity and discover the Future of Learning. Following working as a strategy consultant for Bain & Company and with large private corporations all over the world, she decided to devote more of her time to NGOs and solving global challenges.
As an active member of the Maker community, Nina has always strongly advocated curiosity, technology, and innovation as means of empowering young people, especially in socio-economically challenged areas. Currently, she works to develop a future-orientated teaching model which aims to incorporate methods that help students to develop complex problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and creativity whilst working collaboratively in the classroom.
In 2017 Nina was recognised by the US Department of State for her work in using technology courses as a means of promoting inclusion and particularly for empowering girls and women. She was also the mentor and project manager for the Swedish Olympic team in the First Global Challenge Robotics Games, gathering 15-18-year old students from 157 countries for the event in Washington DC.
With a background including Mechanical Engineering at the Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology, a Master of Science in Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics, as well as studies in Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Psychology, and Computer Science, Nina has always put education at the forefront. She is dedicated to supporting decision makers, schools and teachers to create the best possible learning environments.