Julia Pagel, General Secretary of NEMO (Network of European Museum Organisations) will join the panel session on the Power of Culture & Heritage Networks at the 2019 Working Internationally Conference: Working Together to Achieve More on 11 March at the British Library.
Julia Pagel has been Secretary General of NEMO since 2014. NEMO acts as European umbrella for all national museum organisations and thus speaks for over 30,000 museums in Europe. She has been working for the network since 2007.
Julia graduated with a master’s degree in Art History and Latin American Studies from Freie Universität Berlin in 2004. After her graduation, she worked at the Universidad del Norte in Colombia as German language and culture lecturer.
Before she starting her work at NEMO, Julia worked at the Film Market for the Berlinale Film Festival and for the publishing company “BibSpider”. From 2013-2017 Julia was member and Vice-President of the Executive Committee of Culture Action Europe. She has contributed to numerous museum-related publications about life-long learning and intercultural dialogue as co-editor and author and has initiated and led various international cooperation projects in the museum sector.
Julia will be joined on the Power of Culture & Heritage Networks panel by Claire Messenger, Manager of the British Museum’s International Training Programme (ITP) and one more speaker to be confirmed.
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