I make stuff better. Everyone and everything has a story to tell and a beauty in it. It's my job to spread that story. I'm ambitious and I enjoy working in fast pace environments and making the most of the opportunities that we have.
I’m currently working as a content manager for BAUHAUS.se, which is the web shop and online home to BAUHAUS which is one of the largest home improvement and construction retailers in Europe. BAUHAUS.se is one of the fastest growing Swedish online retailers in its field. At BAUHAUS, I am responsible for all on-site marketing as well as the online store's social media presence. This includes everything from planning and strategy to hands-on banner production, email marketing, success analysis and content management. In my work at BAUHAUS I am quick thinking, customer oriented and punctual.
Geek Girl Meetup is a network which hosts unconference and events for women in tech and web. I first joined as a board member, but then moved on to become the secretary for the organization during my last year. I am still active in the organization, but decided to step down from the board in 2016.
I managed Stockholm Pride's digital presence and worked together with the larger marketing team. I was also leading a group of social media managers who managed content and interacted with our audience. We focused on keeping our content voice highly inclusive of LGBTQ individuals. With this team, I created content for our external audience and also internal training documents.
At Xylem, I handled daily content updates on the intranet, which was built on SharePoint 2010. I worked directly with information owners from all around world and supported them, as well as gave them guidance when they worked within the system themselves. I also held several different types of trainings, both in Swedish and English, tied to the SharePoint based sites and the intranet's different applications. I created training materials, such as tutorials and video guides and produced graphic material such as banners and icons. Xylem Inc. is an American owned company, so most of our work was conducted in English.
I worked as a consultant for Academic Work in a data migration and content management project for our client ITT W&WW (who later changed their name to Xylem Inc.), my role was web administrator and web designer. After the project ended I moved on to become an in-house Web Content Manager at Xylem Inc.
At Stockholm International Film Festival I've volunteered as a web assistant on two occasions, the autumn of 2008 and 2009. My main task was maintaining the daily updates of the website alongside the web manager. I also worked with video encoding, database management, photo
editing, graphic design and production and print design. In addition, I trained our new assistants and colleagues on how to use our customer management system.
Ogilvy & Mather is a network of advertising agencies with offices all over the world and as part of my studies at Hyper Island, I interned at their office in Culver City, Los Angeles. I worked with the interactive department, where I was tasked to design and plan banners and layouts, as well as design selection and graphic creation.
Hyper Island is not your average school; we didn't have any teachers or normal classes. All the lecturers were industry professionals. All assignments were project based and in every project we had a problem or an assignment that we were expected to solve as though we were working in an agency environment. We did everything from create prototypes for new products and services to manage our own agencies. There were no right answers and we were always encouraged to try out new things that hadn't been done before. The fast pace and focus on realworld materials was something I really enjoyed. Hyper Island places a high value on teamwork and leadership skills, so we received special training for this as part of the education.