Cape Town is a cosmopolitan city that has become one of the most dynamic and creative hubs of innovation, entrepreneurship, industry and business, not only on the African continent but also in a growing global environment.
Memetor offers a tailor-made methodology that can accommodate all people and organisations in both the public and the private sector. Taking into account a rapidly changing environment, our facilitation and training help you convert challenges into assets and potential into growth.
With a whole new approach, we facilitate processes where our clients activate their ambitions, and where all levels of the organisation take part in creating, and feeling ownership of the outcome. Our belief is that with simplified communication across all boundaries you will individually as well as collectively manage to reach your common goals.
Meet the team
- Kristin Ellen Jensen
- Kristin Ellen Jensen is the CEO of Memetor Cape Town. Besides being an experienced leader and team worker, she has always been driven by her interests in human relations, communication and interaction. She has a broad international background, and is expert in working with multicultural groups and organisations.
- In Memetor, Kristin custom-makes and facilitates workshops and events for a wide range of industries to help you build an open and including culture, effective and motivated teams, and an attentive and skilled leadership. Based on Memetor’s methodology and her unique qualities, she assists in the development of your work environment, in and between all levels of your organisation.
- Kristin’s competence is manifold. She has a Master’s degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Oslo where she studied how we represent our sense of belonging in a complex society. She has achieved valuable skills in the management of an expanding academic publishing house in Oslo, and as Director of two college centres in New York City and Cape Town. Kristin has also enjoyed teaching globalisation and multicultural understanding on four continents for college students and the tourism industry.
- Synnøve Skjelten
- Synnove Skjelten has lived in South Africa since the dawn of its democracy 21 years ago. Having been part of the democratic transition, Synnove has an in-depth understanding of South Africa – its strengths, challenges, opportunities and obstacles. Synnove’s areas of expertise include constitution making, tourism, human rights, academia and communications strategies development.
Her multi-disciplinary skills and experience have given her insights into the cross-cutting business environment of Cape Town and the world today.
She is also a published author – her works include – A people’s Constitution – public participation in the South African constitution making process. Synnove has the equivalent of a Bachelor Degree from the University of Oslo and a Master in Political Science from the University of Cape Town.