Lone Le Floch-Andersen
Lone Le Floch-Andersen is the Curator and Program Manager at the Digital Museum of Learning and the Johann Jacobs Museum. Her role centers on crafting captivating narratives from curated digital cultural heritage tailored for children aged 7 to 12. The goal is to make cultural heritage and the history of education accessible in interactive and engaging ways, primarily within classrooms worldwide.
Lone’s passion lies in art and history, which she combines effectively in her work at the Digital Museum of Learning. She thrives on multidisciplinary projects, collaborating with colleagues and partners who share her enthusiasm for providing enjoyable and educational experiences for children to explore the past and present of learning and education.
With a background in film production, media research, museum mediation, and audience outreach, Lone brings a wealth of experience to her role. She holds an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) from the Geneva School of Economics and Management, a Master in Political Science and Journalism from Sciences-Po Paris, and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Entertainment Law and Business Administration. She is also a certified PMP (Project Management Professional) and holds an ICOM certification in Museum and Collection Curation.