Who’s behind the non-profit Industriekultur-CNCI? Let us introduce our Board Chair, Marlène Kreins. She is one of IK-CNCI’s board members who are actively involved in the running of our association, on a voluntary basis. Our board is run by experts in the fields of heritage, culture, education and tourism.
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- What does industrial heritage mean to you?
The past of a society, small and big stories, cathedrals of iron, and a huge potential for creative re-use.
- What motivated you to become part of the IK-CNCI board?
My big passion for industrial heritage.
- What’s the thing you most enjoy about volunteering at the IK-CNCI?
Working as a team on a project, exchanging, learning from each other, accepting the “defeats” together and celebrating the successes together.
- What’s your favourite Minett landmark?
The Aciérie in Dudelange.
- What’s your life motto?
‘A lass!’ 🙂
- What’s your spirit animal?
- Do you have a hidden talent?
I know how to drive a horse-drawn carriage.
- What’s your favourite music to work to?
Independent music – as loud as possible! 🙂
- What do you like doing the most in your spare time?
Reading and boxing.
- What’s the favourite place you’ve travelled to?
- If you had a superpower, what would it be?
Flying, but a bit complicated with my ‘slight’ fear of heights 🙂
- What are your hopes for the IK-CNCI in the future?
That the IK-CNCI becomes a place of reference for industrial culture in Luxembourg, a decentralised institution with a national vocation. That it has pedagogical missions with the aim of exciting and raising the awareness of a large public.