- Fashion Revolution NorwayAlong with the rest of the team at Fashion Revolution Norway, I work on several projects aiming to raise public awareness about the systemic challenges facing the global fashion industry and contribute to change - specifically to end human and environmental exploitation in the industry. I am the Norwegian representative to the Global Network Policy Working Group, and Project Manager for Fashion Open Studio in Norway.
First in a DJ-duo called Blond, and then solo under the artist name Maggie Freshh (yes, I'm heavily inspired by southern rap<3), I've DJed at some of Norway's most renowned venues - from the legendary club Blå to the Astrup Fearnley Museum for their Takashi Murakami Art Night, as well as at the opening party of the Norwegian fashion week Oslo Runway for the AW/18 season, for Red Bull Organics x the Slottsfjell festival and for brands such as H&M.
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For two years, I was the Editor in Chief of the online magazine The Doyennes (thedoyennes.org), which I founded along with Art Director Anna Vaagland. With a focus on sustainability and gender equality, we interviewed women such as celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred, activist and artist Nosizwe Baqwa and many more.
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