With a strong drive to positively impact patient’s lives, Marie-Claire Lutters joined walkerproject Scandinavia to help its clients deliver outstanding care. She works passionately to guide key actors through the process of transforming current practices into future standards – always with the patients’ needs at its core.
Originally from the Netherlands, Marie-Claire obtained her bachelor’s degree in European Studies at Maastricht University. During her studies she developed strong analytical skills and always had to adopt a critical approach. After her exchange semester in Oslo, Norway she decided to chase her interest for public health. In order to gain practical experience, Marie-Claire moved to Manilla, the Philippines. Here she worked as an intern for a public health program of the German Development Agency (GIZ) and obtained an understanding for project work. Marie-Claire completed her academic journey with a master’s degree in Public Health from Stockholm University, where she studied important theories, methods and data analysis. While working for a Life Science company specialised in medicinal devices for diabetes, she allocated a great part of her time to continuous improvements and internal process optimization.
With Stockholm as a home base, Marie-Claire has mastered the Swedish language and art of “fika” – preferably shared with friends or family. Apart from that, she loves travelling, photography and taking long walks.