Who’s behind the non-profit Industriekultur-CNCI? We’d love to introduce you to our small and dynamic team. Today it is the turn of: Jennifer Muller. As Project Builder, Jennifer is responsible for the coordination of our cooperative network and partnership work, the management of the project MinettREMIX for the European Capital of Culture Esch2022 and the administrative tasks.
- What’s the thing you most enjoy about working at the IK-CNCI?
Every day is different and you always learn something new about the region you live in
- What’s the most exciting part of your job?
That you meet a lot of different people and work on several different projects
- What’s your favourite Minett landmark?
I think it’s not really a landmark but I love the view you have when you stand on top of the plateau of the “Schëfflenger Bierg”
- What does your desk look like?
At the moment I have two desks one in our MinettREMIX exhibition and one in Belval in our office. The one in the exhibition is definitely dustier than the one in Belval
- Coffee or tea?
Coffee in the morning and tea in the afternoon or evening
- What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not working?
Since I am a dog person…cuddling with my dog
- What’s the period of history that you would have liked to live in?
- What are your hopes for the IK-CNCI in the future?
I hope that the IK-CNCI will become a genuine national centre and a strong network of all partners active in the field of industrial culture and heritage, even beyond the southern region