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New employee adds strategic muscle to Secretariat of Copenhagen Science City

Tina Bergløv Kjær is a new staff member in Copenhagen Science City

Copenhagen Science City welcomes new staff member Tina Bergløv Kjær to the secretariat. Her responsibilities will include management of projects to improve the area’s urban qualities and to increase collaboration between researchers, students and companies within the innovation district. By Jes Andersen.

Strategy and stakeholders

Tina Kjær comes from a post in the Rectors Office at Copenhagen Science City-partner University of Copenhagen. Here she has been involved in strategic development, international relations and stakeholder management.

Local, national and global network

Her tasks at the university have provided her with a strong network throughout the organization. Likewise, former positions at the Danish Association of Lawyers and Economists (DJØF) and at the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science secure links to various national institutions. A three-year period in Shanghai producing analyses of the Asian educational market for the bureau Trendeduc has guaranteed an international network in the academic world.


Kjær holds a M.Sc. in Political Science from University of Aarhus and speaks English, German, Spanish and a smidgen of Chinese.

Replacement for business developer

Tina Bergløv Kjær replaces Frederik Nygaard, who has accepted a post at University of Copenhagen, Faculty of SCIENCE as a business developer for the faculty’s student-start-up community, SCIENCE Innovation Hub. The Secretariat thanks Nygaard for his years of devoted service, and look forward to continued collaboration.