A producer and project leader in the culture sector with a degree in industrial management. Born in Stockholm 1981 – A mixture of leadership, art and technology. This is my portfolio.
I’ve studied several educations. I’m a member of MENSA and I have a degree as a Master in industrial economy with specialization in software design from the Royal institute of Technology, Stockholm. This is complemented with Studies in theatre, media and computer science at Stockholm university. And finally a Second Lieutenant in the Swedish army.
I love role-playing, larp, theatre, events, conferences and parties. I have been active in the Nordic larp and role-playing-scene the last 20 years, as a producer, designer and more. I have experience from working within the culture sector, such as museums, theatres, the computer game industry and as a producer of role-playing games, books and conferences.
My mother says my leaderships skills comes from working a lot at kindergardens with children, my father that it comes from my time as a leader in the army. I say it is from doing countless of projects with volunteers where leadership have to be motivating so people want to work and contribute. I enjoy engaging people and creating the best conditions for all to do a great job.
Ambition as hell
Lets do something spectacular and out of the ordinary.
The head of Exhibition at the Museum of Science and Technology said:
Anna Westerling has performed her tasks and projects in a both responsible and committed manner. She has always kept, the sometimes narrow, time frames that have been given to her.
Anna has been respected and appreciated for her ambitious attitude, perseverance and ability to be responsible for, at times changing and demanding, projects. She worked quickly, independently and taken her own initiatives, always with extraordinarily good results.
Anna positive and target oriented approach have been a tremendous asset both among employees and in terms of delivering the desired results. She has been a very valued colleague and coworker.
– Daniel Wetterskog, Head of exhibition at the museum of science and technology