Reflections: 20 Years of Sorensen Fellows

Daniel Ludevig '06
2004 Sorensen Fellow
Reyum Arts Center
Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Read Daniel's 2004 Sorensen Fellow essay here.

danielDaniel Ludevig conducted his Sorensen Fellowship at Reyum Arts Center in Cambodia during the summer of 2004. His work focused on exploring the power of the arts in reconciling genocide histories.

“In retrospect, I’d say this was a huge influence in the work I’m doing today, which uses the arts, creativity, and the full range of human intelligence (intellectual, emotional and physical) to unlock potential in leaders and their companies. Exploring these ideas during the fellowship was groundbreaking, and is a reference I often use when working with clients today. I am very grateful for the experience.”

Daniel Ludevig is a facilitator and coach with a passion for impactful transformation in business. His consultancy supports leaders and organizations in transforming culture, strategy, innovation, conflict, talent and leadership. His clients include a range of international banking, consulting, fashion, sports, startup, engineering and production companies. Daniel’s work is informed by such experiences as using the arts with post-genocide communities in Cambodia, professionally dancing ballroom and swing dance, and facilitating with MIT’s Presencing Institute using Theory U, Social Presencing Theater and a variety of other movement and creativity-based approaches.