Anne is, like few others, able to combine the best of academia, business thinking and social activism to make sustainability profitable.
Anne lives in Berlin where she worked as Manager for Public Affairs for Coca-Cola Germany on corporate responsibility and sustainability issues. In order to connect the for-profit and non-profit sector she founded the Berlin Peace Innovation Lab in collaboration with Stanford University in 2013. The lab focuses on how technology is facilitating emerging and measurable social changes toward global peace.
In July 2010, Anne moved to Japan, when she was entrusted with the prestigious Rotary Peace Fellowship to study how technology and innovation can help facilitate the peace process. In 2012 Anne was recognized by Berlingske Business Magazine as one of Denmark's 10 largest talents under 35 years, in the "Business Development" category.