Emma was born in Oslo, Norway and moved to China for the first time in 2012 to study at one of China's most famous theatre schools, Shanghai Theatre Academy. She has co-founded a Norwegian-Chinese trading and consulting company based in Shanghai. Over the years she has helped several Nordic corporations to understand the complexity of doing business in China, and how to strengthen communication between Nordic and Chinese employees. Recently she joined IKEA China Digital Hub as People & Culture Business Partner supporting the digital transformation in China. With her creative and pragmatic approach, Emma's passion is to turn cultural challenges into opportunities by always striving to seek new ways of corporation and mutual understanding.
支持Ladies who tech的理由：
受到女性同事的启发之后，我意识到了支持 STEM 行业中平等的重要性。这个组织围绕着STEM平等采取各项行动，我很自豪能以各种方式为此提供支持。
Why support Ladies who tech:
Being inspired by my female coworkers I realized that that there has never been more important to support equality in STEM industries. This community is all about taking actions, and I'm proud to support in every possible way.
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