Management

Lone Sigh Fehrmann (she/her)

Lone Sigh Fehrmann (she/her)

CFO

Lone is responsible for the organisation’s entire accounts, including the qualification of budgets and the financial reporting of projects, appropriations for operation and finances. She is also responsible for optimizing financial management processes including balancing sheet accounts and expense control. 

Susanne Branner Jespersen (she/her)

Susanne Branner Jespersen (she/her)

Head of secretariat

Susanne is responsible for the day-to-day operation and development of the organisation. She manages fundraising, the association’s strategy, political interests, external collaborations and press handling. 

Department of Politics and Communication

Frix Rode (she/her)

Frix Rode (she/her)

Communications consultant and Art Director

Frix helps managing LGBT+ Denmark’s communication on various channels and works to mobilize the association’s members through campaigns and other initiatives.

Mikkel Kaul Kristensen (they/them)

Mikkel Kaul Kristensen (they/them)

Social media manager and web editor
/+45 54300085

Mikkel manages LGBT+ Denmarks communication across the organisations different active social media platforms and website. They also manages the organisations webshop.

Stella Mafilâtre (she/her)

Stella Mafilâtre (she/her)

Stella is working part time as archivist in the Department of Communication. One box at a time, Stella is digging, curating and archiving nuggets from LGBT+ Denmark’s filing cabinets, on the occasion of the association’s 75 year anniversary.

Uffe Paulsen (he/him)

Uffe Paulsen (he/him)

Team leader of Politics and Communication
Press- and political consultant
/ +45 54300005

Uffe is responsible for LGBT+ Denmark’s contact with the press, and the organisation’s media presence. He works to push our political interests to the public debate and within the political system.

Knowledge and Outreach

Amalie Valentine MaKé (she/her)

Amalie Valentine MaKé (she/her)

Project manager

+45 54300071

Amalie is the projectmanager for Care in the Community, which is a new violence prevention effort. The purpose of the project is to mobilize the LGBT+ community to jointly take care to prevent and deal with violence in close and non-close relationships between LGBT+ people. The project consists of an information campaign, upscaling of existing counseling services and community meetings across Denmark.


Eva Goldfinger (she/her)

Eva Goldfinger (she/her)

Psychological consultant

Eva works with psychological knowledge internally and externally in the association. She is responsible for external upskilling within the field of psychology with a focus on how, as a professional, you can improve the well-being of mentally vulnerable people who break with norms for gender and sexuality. In addition, Eva is project manager for our LGBT+ counselling services and also supports the association’s other offers with professional psychological skills.

Heine Gregers Carlsen (he/him)

Heine Gregers Carlsen (he/him)

Team leader of Knowledge & Outreach

Heine is team leader for the Knowledge & Outreach team. He is responsible for presentations and workshops for companies, orgatinasations, municipalities and professionals in different fields, such as the youth area. Additionally, Heine is project manager on the EU project ‘Space to be You’ and has the daily responsibility for the Aarhus office.

Julia Skov (she/her)

Julia Skov (she/her)

Diversity consultant
/ +45 54300006

As our diversity consultant, Julia is responsible for upskilling both businesses and educational institutions within the field of LGBT+ experiences. Through presentations and workshops Julia makes companies and educational institutions aware of how they can create a more inclusive framework for their employees or their students.

Julia has an educational background in teaching with additional educational training in neuroaffective developmental psychology.

Noah Lykke Knudsen (he/him)

Noah Lykke Knudsen (he/him)

Juniorkonsulent

Noah works with various tasks within Team Knowledge and Outreach as well as the communications team. He gives up-qualifying presentations and workshops for professionals about meeting LGBTQ+ people in their work. In addition he works to support the youth communities at Fyn and LGBT+ Denmark’s communication team.

Volunteering and Communities

Amanda Enggaard Dybdal (she/her)

Amanda Enggaard Dybdal (she/her)

Project manager
 / +45 54300007

Amanda manages the youth initiative Queer The Future: Three yearly, shorter seminars that invites young people to workshops, panel debates and presentations on activism, rights and democracry. She also coordinates volunteer groups on Sjælland as well as AURA København and Frederiksberg. Furthermore, she facilitates the network for local pride groups and organisations.

June Stoltenberg (they/them)

June Stoltenberg (they/them)

Project manager

June is project manager for Safe in school – A volunteer driven queer-to-peer educational offer for schools. The project aims to increase well-being for LGBT+ students in the Danish schools and spread awareness about LGBT+ Denmark at our communities and councelling offers. The project includes youth from LGBT+ Denmarks youth community AURA in a national educational effort.

 

Kamille Hjuler Kofod (she/her)

Kamille Hjuler Kofod (she/her)

Event and volunteer coordinator
/ +45 60620869

Kamille works to initiate and support events and activities for volunteers in Copenhagen, as well as to collaborate with other local LGBT+ groups on Zealand and Bornholm. In addition, Kamille is responsible for the Visiting Friends, which facilitates contact between volunteer visiting friends and LGBT+ people experiencing loneliness. 

Sissel Moos (she/her)

Sissel Moos (she/her)

Project Manager and Campaign Consultant

Sissel is the project manager for Togehter for LGBT+ rights, which engage the LGBT+ community and our members in our municipal political work and campaigns. The campaigns aimed at ensuring the well-being of LGBT+ citizens in local welfare. Additionally, she supports volunteers in the association’s various programs.

Steve McFarland (he/him)

Steve McFarland (he/him)

Team leader of volunteering and communities

Steve has the overall responsibility of the organisations work with volunteering and communities in the organisation in collaboration with other LGBT+ actors and other civil society. He supports the volunteer coordinators in the national work with different volunteer groups and he is increasing the organisations engagement with grassroots politics.

Stine Haslund Jønsson (she/her)

Stine Haslund Jønsson (she/her)

Volunteer coordinator

Stine is volunteer coordinator. She is working to support our volunteer groups and the AURA’s youth community at Funen and Jutland. Additionally, Stine is part of Team Knowledge & Outreach where she does presentations for professionals, focusing on how to secure the wellbeing for people who breaks with norms of gender and sexuality.

Counselling and Support

Eva Goldfinger (she/her)

Eva Goldfinger (she/her)

Psychological consultant

Eva works with psychological knowledge internally and externally in the association. She is responsible for external upskilling within the field of psychology with a focus on how, as a professional, you can improve the well-being of mentally vulnerable people who break with norms for gender and sexuality. In addition, Eva is project manager for our LGBT+ counselling services and also supports the association’s other offers with professional psychological skills.

Flor Ma Lysgaard (they/them)

Flor Ma Lysgaard (they/them)

Project manager

Flor is the project manager of the program Transit, which is a ocial conversation service for trans, nonbinary, and gender diverse individuals. In this role, they work to increase well-being and reduce minority stress, as well as support individuals in their explorations and considerations of gender and gender identity. In addition, Flor is also affiliated with the LGBT+ counseling service, with a special focus on the trans community.

Max Maskell (they/them)

Max Maskell (they/them)

Judicial consultant

Max is LGBT+ Danmark’s jurist and is responsible for qualifying the legal part of our work. Furthermore, Max has a supportive role in LGBT+ Danmark’s legal counseling and advices and represents LGBT+ people when to comes to family planning, parenthood and other legal matters.

Mohamed Isaac El-sayed (he/him)

Mohamed Isaac El-sayed (he/him)

Stud.Jur.

Mohamed is LGBT+ Denmarks Law Student and is tasked with assisting and supporting legal efforts within the LGBT+ community. Mohamed also handles various tasks related to the organisations FRi-fund project, which promotes LGBT+ political issues and defends legal rights for LGBT+ individuals in Denmark.

Silvia Miglioranza (she/her)

Silvia Miglioranza (she/her)

Project manager for the counseling intiatives 
 / +45 54300001

Silvia has the overall responsibility for the counseling initiatives and therefore developing the framework, activities and opportunities for the LGBT+ counselling, Transit and Besøgsvennerne.

Tian Stephansen (he/him they/them)

Tian Stephansen (he/him they/them)

Psychologist and Volunteer Coordinator

At LGBT+ Denmark, Tian works as a counselor on the project ‘Transitions Thoughts’. Additionally, he serves as a volunteer coordinator and supervisor for LGBT+ Denmark’s counseling services in the Jutland region. He assists in supporting the volunteer counselors, as well as facilitating their further training. Moreover, he is a psychologist and operates his own LGBT+ friendly practice in Aarhus.

International Department

Benjamin Foyn Lausten (he/him)

Benjamin Foyn Lausten (he/him)

Project coordinator

Benjamin has a transverse responsibility for the organisations international projects and collaborations. In his role as project coordinator he supports project implementation, fundraising, reporting and strengthens partnerhips across the department.

Lea Lybecker (she/her)

Lea Lybecker (she/her)

Teamleder for international team
/+45 52106778

Lea has overall responsibility for the association’s international projects and collaborations in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, East Africa, Southwest, Asia and North Africa. In her role, she supports advocacy in the international area, fundraising and partnerships, and professional development in the international team.

Liv Bjørling (she/her)

Liv Bjørling (she/her)

Program manager
/ +45 54300015

Liv is responsable for the international projects and the collaboration with out partner organisations in East Africa. In her role as program manager she is supporting project implementation, fundraising, strengthening of partnerships and professional development at both partner organisations as well as internally in the international team.

 

Pauline Mignola (she/her)

Pauline Mignola (she/her)

Program Manager
/ +45 54300008

Pauline is responsible for the international projects and the collaboration with our partner organizations in South West Asia and North Africa (SWANA). In her role, she supports project implementation and strengthening of the partnerships as well as professional development at both the partner organizations and internally in the international team.

Operations staff

Kenneth Aarestrup (he/him)

Kenneth Aarestrup (he/him)

Economic assistant

Kenneth is our economic helper and assists the head of economics, Lone, in making sure the accounting for association runs smoothly.

Mio Larsen (she/her)

Mio Larsen (she/her)

IT-Support

Mio works as IT support where she helps the organizations employees as well as volunteers. Additionally, she assists the development of the IT environment while also having a general overview of the systems.

Sisse Møller (she/her they/them)

Sisse Møller (she/her they/them)

Office administrator

Sisse has the broad overview of our secretariat in Copenhagen, and oversees that the office is well run and presentable.