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Tiina is in charge of finances, administration and human resources at the Institute. She has kept the ball rolling already since May 2011. Before the Institute, she used to work as a staff nurse and she also raised three children. Tiina came to the Institute from a Director’s position at an international development agency in Belgium. Tiina is passionate about literature and she finds reading a good book the best possible Sunday activity.
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After her internship at the institute during 2016-2017, Emma now continues as Programme Coordinator. She has a master’s degree in archaeology from University College London, and is finalising her English philology studies at the University of Helsinki, with minors in theatre studies and communication. At the institute, Emma coordinates the TeleART programme, as well as the institute’s other projects. In addition to her work, Emma is inspired by Brussel’s lively and rich cultural field, with a special interest in theatre and performance.
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Funded by The Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland, Anna is doing her internship at the Institute from September ’17 to June ’18. She’s a BA having studied French language and literature at the Swedish-speaking Åbo Akademi University where she’s currently studying to become MSc in Management. Due to her bilingual background she’s interested in the bilingualism of Belgium. When Anna is not at the office, you’ll be able to find her at the movies or at concert venues. She’s fascinated by the numerous music festivals in Belgium and in the Netherlands.
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Heikki will be working as a communications intern at the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux from January to July 2018. He holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Tampere with a major in History. Heikki has gained previous work experience in the museum and science administration fields. In Brussels, he is especially attracted to the city’s cosmopolitan character, rich history and wide offering of museums. Heikki’s duties at the Institute will mainly involve the Remembering 1918 project, which centres on events one hundred years ago. He also aims to improve his language skills this spring with the help of francophone literature and local football teams’ anthems.