Afternoon Tea Conversation with Ingvill Constanze Mochmann
WGH Norway is highlighting members of its Advisory Group and enhancing awareness of gender equity in global health leadership nationally.
Welcome to the Afternoon Tea Conversations with WGH Norway!
We welcome you to grab a cup of tea or coffee and enjoy the next interview part of the series introducing the WGH Norway Advisory Group. Meet Ingvill Constanze Mochmann as she discusses her passion and dedication to the topic - children born of war. She briefly introduces this topic and how she has forged a path to becoming one of the leading experts in this field. She reflects on her career path thus far and the experience of, at times, being the only woman in the room. Finally, she offers her words of wisdom to the next generation and explains the importance of truly being interested in your work, which will be helpful and lead to a path of opportunities and hopefully success. Watch the full interview!
About Ingvill Constanze Mochmann
Ingvill Constanze Mochmann is head of the Research Gateway EUROLAB at GESIS-Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences in Cologne, Germany and Professor II at Centre for Gender Research at the University of Oslo, Norway. She was appointed professor of International Politics at the CBS International Business School (formerly Cologne Business School) in 2010 where she also served as Vice-president for Research and Knowledge Transfer from 2013-2018. Since 2019 she is a honorary professor at the CBS.
She is founder of the International Network for Interdisciplinary Research on Children Born of War and an active member of the Research Data Alliance (RDA). The International Network for Interdisciplinary Research on Children Born of War was merged with the foundation Children Born of War Project in September 2021.