ABOUT USInnovadora Stockholm is an Swedish non-profit organisation, awarded for its international work with projects focusing in gender, democracy, social integration as well as creative and cultural industries. Innovadora Stockholm works from an anthropological and ethical perspective dedicated to assume a social responsibility including the participantes throughout the entire process. Innovadora Stockholm was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2008 and is active in Guatemala, Spain and Serbia.
Shari Sabel Strandmark
Siddhartha is a writer and designer for visual arts. He works at IED Istituto Europeo Di Design and gives conferences on international level giving courses on the didactic method of creativity. Siddhartha graduated in Dramatic Arts at Escuela Superior de Arte in Guatemala.
Roberto holds a degree in International Cooperation and specializes in Microfinance and Entrepreneurship. He is an expert in mentoring processes applied to business consolidation, passionate about economics and social enterprise and ethical banking. He has participated in the design and delivery of training programs in entrepreneurship, microfinance, leadership and volunteer management in different countries and socio-economic contexts such as Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Guatemala, Botswana, Ethiopia. Roberto is an engaged workshop facilitator and enjoys motivating and mobilizing towards action the people who attend their trainings.
Paco is specialist in project management and social innovation, particularly in organizational development, capacity building, civic engagement and gender. He has a Master degree in Project Management for International Cooperation. Involved in social development projects since his young age he has participated in several associations and civic movements in Central America, Europe and North Africa.
Azusa is a performance artist, children’s book author, certified massage therapist and yoga teacher. Azusa has developed the concept of storytelling yoga and works with children and family within Stockholm municipalities. Azusa is a well skilled in health and wellness and is interested in the opportunities of multicultural exchange.
Anja is a set & costume designer, artist, graphic designer and industrial designer. Educated at the Swedish national university of Dramatic Arts (STDH). Anja works as an artist and designs set and costumes for theatre, dance and opera in Sweden and Germany.
Palle is a director and editor and works internationally in television, film, theatre and performance. Palle examines the social and cultural aspects of concepts such as sexuality, gender, desire and normativity.
Johanna Emanuelsson is an award-winning playwright for theatre and film and has been engaged at Ung Scen Öst, Teater Tribunalen, Dramaten and Riksteatern.
Christer Fischier is a photographer and is always on the lookout for new people to photograph, outside in the streets or in his studio. Christer goes nowhere without his camara.
Melissa Flores Quiroga
Melissa Flores Quiroga is an entrepreneur as well as graphic and industrial designer. She develops and manages courses and training programmes for schools and companies within the area of innovation and design.
Leon is a visual artist and illustrator. As an experienced freelance artist with a demonstrated history of working in the arts and crafts industry. Leon has lived and worked in South Korea and Japan and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Textiles and Illustrative Fine Art from The University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom.
Aitor is an architect and environmental set designer. His works investigates the relationship and continuous interaction between public space and people with the movement of the body at heart. Aitor has primarily worked in Spain, South Africa and India. Being a dancer himself, Aitor has created and arranged numerous public events and installations directed and adapted to Swing dance.
Cristian is dedicated to the harmonious and internal development in communities and organisations through the methodology of tejeRedes. He is passionate about people creating webs of collaboration in order to maintain a good and healthy working environment.