Juliana Strogan is an international World Heritage professional devoted to the SDGs.
Living and working in Norway since 2012, now as head manager for the World Heritage Site Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage, she coordinates the work of the several authorities and stakeholders involved in the management of this 390 km2 site. She has the overall responsibility for the World Heritage Status as for the development strategy, the design and implementation of the management plan and the periodic reporting to the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
With a master in World Heritage and Cultural projects for Development from the University of Torino, a bachelor in Conservation and Restoration from the Instituto Politecnico de Tomar and more than fifteen years in conservation, dissemination and management of cultural heritage and collections she has worked with and at several World Heritage sites in Europe. She has been using her diverse experience to design efficient development projects and strategies that give the OUV a central place in the value creation chain, anchoring the “wellbeing” of the cultural and natural assets to the quality of life of the local community.