Secretariat

Alex Lauridsen Delamare (they/them or he/him)

Alex Lauridsen Delamare (they/them or he/him)

Project manager
[email protected] / +45 54300084

Alex manages the conversational groups, TRANSIT, where they work to increase the well-being and reduce minority stress among trans people, nonbinaries and other gender diverse individuals. They also give presentations and work as consultant on the LGBT+ Denmark’s trans political efforts. 

Amanda Enggaard Dybdal (she/her)

Amanda Enggaard Dybdal (she/her)

Project manager
[email protected] / +45 54300007

Amanda is project manager of the youth initiatives Summer and Weekend Camps and Unicorny Camp at Roskilde Festival. In addition, Amanda is responsible for the volunteer group Content Creators who produce content about and to young people on LGBT+ Ungdom’s social media. 

Andreas Beck Kronborg (he/him)

Andreas Beck Kronborg (he/him)

Project manager
[email protected] / +45 54300083

Andreas manages LGBT+ Denmark’s youth projects. He works to reduce loneliness and better the wellbeing of LGBT+ children and adolescents by establishing inclusive communities and developing teaching materials, curricula and courses. 

Andreas Nielsen (he/him)

Andreas Nielsen (he/him)

Chief political consultant
[email protected] / +45 54300080

Andreas is responsible for bringing our key issues to the parliament, the government, the regions and the municipalities, and ensuring that the political system actively works for better conditions for LGBTQIA + people.

Anne Harrit (any pronoun)

Anne Harrit (any pronoun)

IT manager
[email protected] / +45 54300087

Anne manages the IT systems within the organisation supporting both staff and volunteers as well as developing intranet. 

Emilie Annika Sommer (she/her)

Emilie Annika Sommer (she/her)

Student Assistant
[email protected]

Emilie is a student assistant in the team for politics and communication. Emilie produces graphics for our social media and makes graphic designs for everything from information material about gender to invitations to the annual conference. Emilie also runs our webshop.

John Lindle (he/him)

John Lindle (he/him)

International Project Manager
[email protected] / +45 54300089

John is responsible for LGBT+ Denmark’s work supporting organizations in Armenia and Ukraine. He works to fundraise, strengthen partnerships, and assist in enhancing the capacities of organizations, so that they can provide essential services, such as personal well-being activities, to the LGBTIQ+ community.

 

Julia Skov (Any pronoun)

Julia Skov (Any pronoun)

Knowledge- og outreach consultant
[email protected] / +45 54300006

Julia is responsible for the organization’s external educational activities within the area of children and young people. She works to raise awareness and disseminate knowledge about how professionals can improve to ensure the well-being of children and young people who break with norms concerning gender and sexuality.

Kamille Hjuler Kofod (she/her)

Kamille Hjuler Kofod (she/her)

Event and volunteer coordinator
[email protected] / +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. 

Lea Lybecker (she/her)

Lea Lybecker (she/her)

Project manager 
[email protected] /+45 52106778

Lea works with partner organisations in the South West Asian / North African region (SWANA). Lea supports local partner organisations to gain better rights for LGBTIQ+ people and strengthen queer communities in the SWANA region. 

Lone Sigh Fehrmann (she/her)

Lone Sigh Fehrmann (she/her)

CFO
[email protected]

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. 

Maria Schmidt Myhlendorph (she/her)

Maria Schmidt Myhlendorph (she/her)

Volunteer consultant and project manager
[email protected] / +45 54300082

Maria develops the framework, activities and opportunities for volunteer work in LGBT+ Denmark. Maria is also project manager for FART, where she works to spread counselling services to LGBT+ people in all regions of the country as well as to strengthen local LGBT+ organisations. 

Max Maskell (they/them)

Max Maskell (they/them)

Judicial consultant
[email protected] / +45 54300086

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.

Mie Birk Jensen (she/they)

Mie Birk Jensen (she/they)

Knowledge- and outreach consultant
[email protected] / +45 54300009

Mie is responsible for the LGBT+ Denmark’s external information activities. They communicate research about LGBT + people’s well-being and conditions and develops, coordinates, and teaches courses, workshops and presentations for institutions, companies, schools, and others who want to be qualified in the LGBT + area. She also represents the organization in various steering groups and other forums that demand knowledge about the LGBT + area.

Nanna Rebekka (she/her)

Nanna Rebekka (she/her)

Communication and campaign consultant 
[email protected] / +45 54300081

Nanna manages the communication. In addition, she works on improving LGBT+ people’s meeting with the health care, as project manager for the LGBT+ health campaign, including lgbtsundhed.dk. 

Nicole Scharf (she/her)

Nicole Scharf (she/her)

International Project Coordinator
[email protected] / +45 54300085

Nicole is responsible for LGBT+ Denmark’s programme in East Africa. She works to reduce minority stress among LGBT+ people in East Africa and to break prejudice among local allies, such as health professionals, law enforcement and media. 

Noa Meier Jenkins (they/them)

Noa Meier Jenkins (they/them)

Visual- and graphic designer

Noa works part time in the politics and communication team where they, amongst other things, help with the creation of visual productions and other communication tasks. Noa is educated in visual communication from The Royal Academy.

Pauline Mignola (she/her)

Pauline Mignola (she/her)

International Project Manager
[email protected] / +45 54300008

Pauline works to promote representations and knowledge of LGBT+ international perspectives, work and cooperation in Denmark. She supports the Global Queer Volunteers, LGBT+ Denmark’s queer migrant volunteer team, and the projects of the international team. 

Silvia Miglioranza (she/her)

Silvia Miglioranza (she/her)

Project manager for the counseling intiatives 
[email protected] / +45 54300001

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

Sisse Møller (she/they)

Sisse Møller (she/they)

Office administrator
[email protected]

Sisse has a broad overview of our secretariat in Copenhagen, and oversees that the office is well run and presentable. In addition, Sisse helps keep the wheels moving in LGBT+ Denmark’s webshop. Sisse has also volunteered in LGBT+ Counseling for a number of years.

Susanne Branner Jespersen (she/her)

Susanne Branner Jespersen (she/her)

Head of secretariat
[email protected] / +45 27452773

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. 

Tobias Aske Kristensen (he/him)

Tobias Aske Kristensen (he/him)

Volunteer coordinator Funen and Jutland
[email protected] / +45 54300088

Tobias is LGBT+ Denmark’s volunteer coordinator west of Storebælt. He works with all the organisation’s volunteers on Funen and in Jutland. On a daily basis, he is resides in the LGBT+ house in Aarhus, but travels around to local LGBT+ organisations and supports the many voluntary initiatives and activities that help support and bring together LGBT+ people every day. 

 

Uffe Paulsen (he/him)

Uffe Paulsen (he/him)

Press- and political consultant
[email protected] / +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.