Former Head of Strategy pursues career as center-left politician following columnist role

It has been 18 months since Frank Hvid Petersen resigned from Carnegie to do something different. Back then, he told AMWatch that he wanted to “teach again, write some more, work with children and young people, fintech, charity, politics..." So, what has happened since then and what is the former strategist spending his time on? Did he manage to do something out of the ordinary? He tells his story to AMWatch.

When Frank Hvid Petersen turned 50 in 2017, he did some soul searching.

He decided it was time to do something completely different with his life. He wanted to make a difference, not just by being part of boards at his childrens’ school or kindergarten. Instead, he wanted to use his experience and knowledge to make a larger impact on society -- and to start his own company.

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