Dr. Audrey Ingolfsdottir is the woman behind Transformia. With an educational background in international relations she has a wide ranging experience in academia, working in the public sector, for international organizations and as a consultant for both NGOs and the private sector.
August 2019 – Present: Founder and Manager of Transformia
March 2020 – Present: Chair of the board of Vatnajökull National Park
2017-2019: Senior Researcher, Icelandic Tourism Reseach Centre, University of Akureyri
2010-2017: Assistant Professor, Bifröst University (head of social science department 2011-2013)
2007-2008: Gender Adviosor for UNIFEM (now UN Women) in the Western Balkans, Skopje
2006: Cease Fire Monitor for the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission (Nordic civilian mission)
2003-2005: Environmental Policy Consultant, independent and for Environice
2002-2003: Expert in the International Office of the Icelandic Ministry for the Environment
1999-2002: Project Manger, Environmental Research Institute, University of Iceland
1997-1999: Journalist at Dagur/Dagur-Timinn, local newspaper in northern Iceland.
2016: PhD degree in international relations and gender studies. Joint degree University of Lapland (Finland) and University of Iceland.
1999: Masters degree in international relations. Focus: International Environment and Resources Policy. International Conflict Resolution and Conflict Resolution. Fletcher School, Tufts University (Boston, USA).
1995: Postgraduate degree in journalism. University of Iceland.
1994: BA degree in international studies. Focus: International development. University of Washington (Seattle, USA).