Annika Hedås Falk is Vice President Education at the Nobel Prize Museum in Stockholm, Sweden. She is leading the educational activities for the Nobel Prize that consist of school programs, exhibitions, teacher conferences and digital lesson material. The Nobel Prize’s educational programs inspire teachers and students to seek out knowledge and to question, understand and improve our world.
Annika is originally a trained teacher of music and literature. She worked in different schools in the Stockholm area, first as a teacher and then as a principal for many years. Annika has also worked as a school development strategist for the 200 public schools of Stockholm. She led various innovation projects around digital development, museum education and how NGO’s, universities and innovation companies could cooperate with schools.
Annika studied at Uppsala University, at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and at Stockholm University.