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Country Chair: Charlie Ngigi

Denmark

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Charlie Ngigi

Country Chair For Denmark

Charlie has been a member of the Global Dignity Board in Denmark and involved with Global Dignity since 2012. He joined as our Country Chair in February 2018. Charlie works in the field of education, teaching and related projects which aim to help people through difficult and challenging situations. Charlie is also involved in several policy development and social initiatives at the local and national level in Denmark. He is currently studying for a Masters degree at Aarhus University (DPU) in Copenhagen, and holds a BA in Entrepreneurship and Business from the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology (KEA). In what free time he has, Charlie enjoys spending time with family and friends, culture and the arts, sporting experiences, and traveling.