Department of Management, Society and Communication

Research assistant

Room: DAL/2C.008

Louise holds a MSc in Business Administration and Organizational Communication from Copenhagen Business School with a specializing profile in CSR and sustainability. Her master thesis explored how culture and intercultural communication influence the Public-Private Partnership between Novo Nordisk and the Ministry of Health in Malaysia.

She has previously worked with private sector and the development and implementation of a CSR strategy to the Danish chemical and Life Science association as project manager at The Confederation of Danish Enterprise.

Louise is especially interested in public-private CSR partnerships, sustainable consumption, sustainable innovation and education. Furthermore, Louise has a particular interest in refugee causes and has co-authored a book on refugee stories called “The Escaped” and is the Activity Lead for a volunteer team providing homework assistance to young unaccompanied refugees in Hillerød.

Louise is working as project manager for Velux Endowed Chair in Corporate Sustainability and the CBS PRME in which position she is primarily working with research, communication and outreach. During 2017 she will be coordinating a 2018 conference on sustainable consumption and manage the PRME Student Responsibility Engagement Initiative.

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Primary research areas
  • Public-private CSR partnerships
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Sustainable innovation
  • Education
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