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Live interview Christina Berg Johansen 

The best times of my life:

A career after academia for female researchers
The plan B. I know of so many female academics who have a plan B, an exit strategy, a dream – silly or real – of how life could look like, should academia become too rough.
I also know of so many female academics who struggle with time. Time to work on projects they care about. Time to write. Time to live full and whole lives. Time to care for family, friends, colleagues, students … and self. 
Christina Berg Johansen is a time researcher and has previously held a position as an associate professor. Since 2021 she left her academic position and is now building her own work platform, Wildtime, from which she engages with the world in multiple ways. She uses her academic, creative and practical insights to help organizations think differently about time. 
I have invited Christina for an interview about making plan B your plan A. We will talk about her transition out of academia - and how she views time and work - in and outside academia.
If you are a female academic join the interview live on Zoom or get the replay by signing-up below. 

Time: Thursday the 17th of November at 12.00 noon CET.
This is a conversation not to be missed.

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