Taylored keynotes every time

Our futurists and thinkers bring past, present and future together and turn it into a meaning making whole. We can also literally get your participants to sing.

Here, Lene Rachel Andersen at IBM THINK in Copenhagen 2018:

Lene Andersen opened our UU Danmark (Youth Guidance Denmark) conference with a keynote about what kind of future we want. Focused on adult education and Bildung/meaning making, LA built an arch from the earliest cultural history to a metamodern future. Eminently sharp, captivating and with satirical remarks sprinkled just right, LA touched upon central grand narratives and elegantly connected them to the theme of the conference: education guidance in a paradigm shift. LA’s opening keynote was an impetus that lifted the entire conference from the very beginning.


Pia Vigh

Sekretariatsleder, UU Danmark

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Lene Rachel Andersen

Lene Rachel Andersen

Lene Rachel Andersen has a BA in business economy and studied theology 1993- 97. From 1993 to 2001, she wrote comedy and entertainment for Danish media and went to the US a number of times; she went there a Dane and returned as a European. Since 2005, she has worked as an independent keynote speaker, futurist, author, philosopher, and publisher.

Anders Bodin

Anders Bodin

Anders Holst Bodin (b. 1988) holds a Ph.D. in physics and has done research on new methods for producing sustainable fuels using nanotechnology, both at the Technical University of Denmark and at SLAC – National Accelerator Laboratory in California. Although most of his time has been devoted to academia, Anders considered becoming a professional musician for many years and has attended the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

The Roots of the Climate Crisis is his first book. Here, he strives to combine his artistic and scientific experiences into new visions for a sustainable future.

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