Alice Bah

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Alice Bah
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Born Alice Bah
(1971-12-21) 21 December 1971 (age 42)
Malmö, Sweden

Alice Bah Kuhnke, née Alice Bah, is a former television presenter, Board Professional and one of the founders of the think tank Sektor3.[1]

Bah grew up in Horda in Småland, Sweden with her father from Gambia and Swedish mother. She went to a track and field athletics oriented high school in Växjö, and was one of the country's best female sprinter runners in the late 1980s, with 200 meters being her speciality.[2][3] Her television career began in 1992 with SVT's Disney Club. Between 1998-99, she had her own talk show at TV4[4] and many other television assignments including current events show Kalla fakta.[5]

After she left television to study political science, and has, among other things, been Director of the Department Ideas for life at insurance giant Skandia. In 2004-2007 she worked as Secretary General of fair trade organization Rättvisemärkt.[4]

She was a member of the Swedish Church synod 2006-2010,[6] member of the Board of Dramaten Theatre,[7] as well as Vice President of YMCA-YWCA Sweden.[8]

In September 2009 she started as the Environmental and Corporate social responsibility manager at ÅF.[9] Alongside her job at ÅF, she also serves as a board member for internet consutlancy firm Doberman.[10]

Personal life[edit]

She is married since 2002 with actor and musical singer Johannes Kuhnke.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cecilia Jacobsson (2008-11-03). "Nu går hon in i en helt ny sektor" (in Swedish). DN.se. Retrieved 2010-04-05. 
  2. ^ Sverige-bästa 1986, Svenska Friidrottsförbundets officiella friidrottsstatistik (Sweden's best 1986 – official statistics of the Swedish Athletics Federation) (in Swedish). CEWE-förlaget. 1987. 
  3. ^ Sverige-bästa 1988, Svenska Friidrottsförbundets officiella friidrottsstatistik (Sweden's best 1988 – official statistics of the Swedish Athletics Federation) (in Swedish). CEWE-förlaget. 1989. 
  4. ^ a b "Alice Bah Kuhnke - Värnamo kommun". Varnamo.se. 2008-03-09. Retrieved 2010-04-05. 
  5. ^ http://miljoaktuellt.idg.se/2.1845/1.253538/alice-bah-kuhnke-studierna-gjorde-att-jag-slapp-jobba-med-tv
  6. ^ http://kyrkoval.svenskakyrkan.se/valresultat2005/Resultat/Kyrkomote.aspx?TabIndex=3
  7. ^ http://dramatenbloggen1.wordpress.com/category/dramaten/
  8. ^ http://www.kfuk-kfum.se/start/356-alice-bah-kuhnke-till-kfuk-kfum
  9. ^ "ÅF recruits Alice Bah Kuhnke as VP Sustainability & CSR" (Press release). Ad Hoc News. 2009-04-29. Retrieved 2010-04-05. 
  10. ^ http://www.resume.se/nyheter/reklam/2011/09/02/alice-bah-till-doberman/