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I focus my energy on supporting our non-profit incubator teams as well as I can. I am in charge of designing the incubator program, including expert lead workshops and mentoring on whatever topic the teams need the most. Together with Malva we make sure that these ideas get an opportunity to grow into lasting social movements with tangible impact.
I am a creative problem solver and enjoy meeting new people from all walks of life, even without a common language. I love sour sweets, sailing and wandering in Finnish national parks.
My main responsibilities include communications and marketing for phoenix.fi and developing the site with our amazing pro bono partners Vincit and TBWA\Helsinki. Together with Johanna we help the non-profit incubator teams find volunteers and company partners via a community and site which makes volunteering flexible, meaningful and fun!
I have mad organisational skills and I’m very communications-oriented, I play the piano and consume a lot of Aurajuusto blue cheese. I love France and French and would gladly spend half of the year by the sea.
Camilla is the Executive Director of Phoenix Association and Startup Refugees.
”We live in a world where one day you are the CEO and the next, unemployed. We need to find ways to support people to move fast forward from a vulnerable place."
Mikko is the producer-DJ for Mummodisko (Disco Grannies) and an elderly care professional. His mission in life is to set the disco goers’ feet on fire with rock’n’roll tunes. The strangest LP he owns is Karatist Preacher by Mike Crain, a spoken word LP which combines preaching and karate. What more is there to add?
Seija is one of the founding members of Aktivistimummot. Her goal is to set a positive and hopeful tone around the discussion about the climate. Seija is also an active communicator and food influencer.
As the founder of Twig the code, Susanna wishes to see a rising number of women in the tech industry. Workshops, events and excursions offer an easy and funny way to learn programming.
Ida is a a Mother in Business whose heart beats to communications and making a social impact. In MiB, she's in constant dialogue with the organization, it's active members and influencers. Ida is also keeping MiB International's social media up to date. Mothers in Business believe the Finnish working life should be more international, more diverse and more inclusive.