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Country Chair: Sanne Prestegaard


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Sanne Prestegaard

Country Chair For Denmark

Sanne is a member of the Global Dignity Board in Denmark and has been involved with Global Dignity since 2012. She joined as Denmark's Country Chair in 2019. Sanne works as an international management consultant in the field of knowledge management, education, strategy, sustainability, culture and related projects.

Sanne is always looking for new initiatives and concepts at both the local, national and international level. She has a long career as an international management consultant and has a Master's Degree in International Business and Computer Science from the Copenhagen Business School.

In her free time Sanne enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and is always looking for new and exciting opportunities to explore both personally, professionally and for Global Dignity. She is curious, open minded and loves being surrounded by people and new concepts, so we together can work towards making our world a better place for everybody. Sanne’s mottos are: “To Explore is to Live” and “Be Curious and Kind”.