June Breivik will be one of our Norwegian panelists at the Oslo Roundtable. June is a long-time associate of the Future Learning Lab and has been on stage many times before, including our 2015 conference at Stanford.
June is now Deputy Director in Kulturtanken — Arts for Young Audiences in Norway. Kulturtanken owns the national responsibility for The Cultural Schoolbag (TCS). Together with county municipalities and municipalities, schools and all fields within arts and culture, Kulturtanken wishes to open doors to the arts, to culture, and to the future for all children in Norway, according to their website. Prior to taking on this challenge, June Breivik was Director of eLearning at the BI Norwegian Business School. She is author of the book Læring i en Digital Tid, a former K12 Principal and member of numerous national committees in the area of education and new media technologies. One of these was the so-called MOOC Commission, mandated by the Norwegian government. She is currently a commission member in the Norwegian Board of Technology (Norges Teknologiråd), through her specialty in life-long-learning.
Prior to joining our Advisory board in her new job capacity, June Breivik was a team member in the Future Learning Lab, where among other tasks she co-chaired the 2016 World Learning Summit and chaired panels at both the 2015 and 2016 summits. She participates regularly in our workshops, and she has played a major role in connecting our various Nordic and international networks.