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project manager | harmonizer
Hometown: Arendal, Norway
Lena is the closest thing automätik has to a magical Christmas elf. Having grown up in the North Pole (Norway is close enough, right?), she found herself swapping the snow for the sun down under in Australia where she completed her bachelor’s degree at Alphacrucis College. Lena’s career took off in Sydney where she gathered a plethora of experience across event planning and execution, project management, and travel logistics.
As an Account Manager, Lena exhibits an unwavering service-first mentality and offers an infectious smile that comes free. She loves walking alongside our clients with flexibility and a commitment to delivering results that go over and beyond. With exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail, Lena is passionate about splashing her magic to keep automätik’s “engine” running smoothly.
Off the clock, you can find Lena accomplishing new adventures and discovering the best coffee with her husband and two daughters. Lena’s love for travel, family, and friends sees her skipping around the world, but not without seeking one of these essentials: hiking trails, the ocean, or good gelato.
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