Birgitte Hagemann Snabe
Founder and CEO, MSc and PhD
Birgitte has extensive experience in and knowledge of innovation, international cooperation, and cross-sector partnerships. She has ten years of experience as a management consultant (Deloitte and IBM) and four years as a researcher in system dynamics and change management (Mannheim University). From 2007 to 2012 Birgitte was given the responsibility of building up HRH Crown Princess Mary’s Foundation – a social foundation, which combats social isolation in Denmark. This task sparked her devotion towards making a difference for youth and society.
Birgitte has been associated with the international community and business scene throughout several years. Experiencing how responsible leadership can make tremendous changes in the world eventually inspired her to found Young Global Pioneers. By including her extensive network, she saw an opportunity to contribute to inspiring young global talents to become responsible leaders with global insights, intercultural understanding and aspiration to make their mark.
Birgitte has lived in USA, Sweden, and Germany and currently lives in Denmark together with her family.
Lise Lotte Rasmussen
Director, Business Development, MSc & Executive MBA
Lise Lotte has fifteen years of experience in the field of geology as project manager, university lecturer, and consulting manager. More recently, she has been active in a broad range of school boards and committees due to her strong interest in the education of children and young people. Lise Lotte has lived in Denmark and the Middle East – and has travelled extensively.
Anne Sofie (Fia) Brusendorff
Director of Youth Ambassadors & Learning Journey Mentor, MSc
Fia works on a voluntary basis at YGP. She is a graduate in business administration and economics with a minor in sustainable business from Copenhagen Business School. Fia comes from a very international background, and was Mentor on the Learning Journey’s in China 2015 & Tanzania 2016.
Communications Project Manager
Atiba is a master’s student in African Studies at the University of Copenhagen. As a journalism graduate, he is interested in issues of inequality, accountability and representation. Denmark is Atiba’s third home, with his Caribbean-Australian heritage shaping his global outlook and desire to explore different cultures.
Mia is a master’s student in International Management and Marketing at Copenhagen Business School. She comes from a culturally diverse background, as she grew up in Finland, lived in the U.S and Mexico but now is back in Denmark. She has a strong interest in global business development. Mia herself, was a participant of the 2017 Learning Journey in Tanzania.