Roenn, Louise

Louise
Roenn
Director of Events
Cleantech Group
Global Cleantech 100 Gala
Louise leads Cleantech Group’s global events series, directing all aspects of the Cleantech Forums, Executive Summits, Micro-Events, and International Tours. She heads the team that formulates Cleantech Group's Events Vision and Strategy, Program Development, Positioning and Marketing of each event, and Event Execution. This includes managing relationships with event sponsors, partners, speakers, clients, attendees, VIPs, venues, and vendors. Prior to joining Cleantech Group, Louise founded and managed her own executive events company in Copenhagen and London and served as the Deputy Head of Events at the Grand Freemason Lodge. During the past 10 years, Louise has managed large event teams and provided special events and VIP services at more than 400 events in 26 countries on five continents. Her previous clients include The House of Lords, St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital at Kensington Palace, Royal Armories at Tower of London, The City of London Corporation at London Guildhall, The European Union Parliament at their headquarters in Brussels, The Grand Freemason Lodge in Copenhagen, The Danish Defense Ministry, The Danish Parliament, Heads of States, A-list celebrities, global corporations, and prestigious private foundations across the globe. As a journalist, Louise has authored more than 500 articles for papers and magazines, interviewing musicians, athletes, and celebrities, covering large concerts and sports events. In recent years, Louise has given talks at colleges, universities, on TV, and at other forums on the topic of Executive Event Management, Event Directing and Production, Sustainable Events, Public Relations, and VIP Services. In addition to Louise’s professional work, she has volunteered and traveled as a project manager and event organizer for humanitarian projects and organizations in Eastern Europe, West and South Africa, South Pacific, India and Nepal, Malaysia, Israel, and South America. Louise holds a First Masters Degree in Management and Communication from Roskilde University, Denmark.