Monica Maria Moeskær
Monica Maria Moeskær works as a project manager at the Danish Design Centre. As part of the Design Cities team, she develops and leads projects in the intersection of design, public actors and businesses. In 2016, Monca contributed to the publication Design Delivers, and was responsible for the large research project Exploring Design Impact; a collaboration between the Danish Design Centre and the Confederation of Danish Industry which investigated the value design creates for Danish businesses. On top of this, Monica contributes to documentation and qualitative research amongst companies, for example as part of the PLUS programme.
Monica works as a design anthropologist and deals with qualitative research, design methods and public and private innovation. With roots in the research community, she is interested in gathering, translating and implementing knowledge about the ways in which design contributes to innovation and positive processes of change in Danish businesses as well as cities.
Monica has experience managing projects withing the field of creativity and culture and has an education as project manager from the Project Academy in Copenhagen. She possesses knowledge about city development, architecture and city research from the four years she worked as Manager of Secretariat and Communication in Kraks Fond Byforskning, and has experience with strategic organisation and communicating research results.