Mynd af Herdís Friðriksdóttir

Herdís Friðriksdóttir

  • Starfstitill: Framkvæmdastjóri
  • Fyrirtæki: Understand Iceland
  • Heimilisfang: Daltún
    801 Selfoss
  • Vinnusími: 6966764
  • Farsími: 6966764

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Stjórnarseta:

Hef setið í stjórnum foreldrafélaga og kvenfélaga.

Starfsferill:

2017 Founder, owner and CEO of Understand Iceland.
Daily management of the tour operator Understand Iceland
Business planning, developing and marketing
Planning trips, guiding tourists.

2011 – 2017 Project manager at Sesseljuhús Environmental Center in Solheimar
ecovillage.
• Running and managing projects at Sesseljuhús Environmental Center,
including projects on environment and sustainability.
• Managing guest visits, tourists, interns, volunteers and students at Sólheimar
including running guesthouses.
• Planning environmental lessons and teaching culture and language.
• Designing environmental exhibitions.

2007-2011 Specialist and project manager at Reykjavik Energy.
• Preparation, planning and management on site of revegetation. restoration
and landscaping projects in the vicinity of Hellisheidi Geothermal powerplant.
• Special advisor on restoring ecological disturbance in the work zone of
proposed geothermal drilling areas.

2004-2007 Information manager for the Forestry Assosciation of Reykjavik
• Project manager in Heidmork recreational area and at Mt.Esja.
• Projects incluced; planning trails and signs, working on outdoor education,
surveying, PR work, web management, fund raising ect.

2002-2003 Forestry Consultant at the Icelandic Forestry Service in the W- Iceland
• Planmaking and cooperation with local afforestation projects in West-
Iceland.
• Data gathering for plantations for the Icelandic Forest Inventory.

2001 May-October Colsultant at the Icelandic Forestry Association.
Work duties.
• Conducted an evaluation of the results of the afforestation project Yrkja by
school children all over Iceland.
• Report and dissemination of results.
• Logging and thinning of forests in the west of Iceland.

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