Consultant (Strategic Insights)
The path to Crowd DNA for Anne-Lise was a bumpy (and banging) one, combining a passion for electronic music, which had her organising her own events, interning at the NME and helped in the production of two festivals under the Croatian sun. Next came a return to academia, with a masters in social and cultural psychology at the LSE. All of which means Anne-Lise arrives at Crowd DNA bearing insights on attitudes towards inequality and nationalism, the nature of belonging for youth in a globalised world, and shifts in identity – in part informed by her own multicultural upbringing. Outside of doing amazing work at Crowd DNA, you can catch her adding to her step-count by trekking across London and popping ollies downstairs – ok fine, she’s not quite there yet, but stay tuned (next up on the skate agenda: dropping in).