Lisa Lund Holst (stand in)
Lisa’s educational background is in Russian language, Supply Chain Management and Leadership. Her work experience includes one year working for the Danish Embassy in Moscow, Russia and seventeen years working in the financial sector, since 2007 in various leadership positions focusing on facilitating board and executive level decision-making and strategy formulation. Lisa is passionate about leadership and has worked extensively with cross-functional high performance teams, change leadership and corporate culture initiatives.
Lisa says of her involvement in Ubumi: I am on the Ubumi board, because it is important to me to work for poor people’s right to a dignified life and to help them know their rights. Ubumi provides an opportunity to contribute to inmates getting urgent and life-saving assistance as well as helping to improve their life choice possibilities after prison.
Working for Ubumi provides the possibility of supporting an initiative that is groundbreaking in terms of embedding a sustainable change via a unique set of cooperative leadership practices involving inmates and prison officials alike in an efficient and dignified manner. Ultimately, Ubumi Prisons Initiative not only makes a positive difference in the lives of thousands of inmates every day, it also has the potential to improve the efficiency and sustainability of other change initiatives in developing countries through its unique leadership practices.
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Ubumi Prisons Initiative
Blokken 15, 1. sal
Phone: +45 2935 0136