Bobo Charlotte Krabbe

Since studying ethnology, her work has been focused on cultural heritage. Her master at Ethnology was based on an internship in World Heritage Center, UNESCO, in Paris. She wrote about the criteria for world heritage. Following her master’s degree, she worked as a consultant at UNESCO. After UNESCO, she worked in Europa Nostra at the Secretariat in The Hague.
Following Europa Nostra, she led communication for the Danish Royal Household – an example of living cultural heritage. Since 2008 her focus has been the role of museums in protecting and raising awareness of cultural heritage, first at the Danish National Agency for Culture and currently as Head of Collections of the National Museum of Denmark. A key focus is classification, repatriation and sharing the cultural heritage – through loans or digitalization. She grew up on a farm, is married, and has two sons.