Merethe Stave

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Merethe Stave is Chief Customer Officer and Senior Cloud Architect at CloudWay. She is an Office Apps and Services MVP, was recognized as one of Norway’s 50 leading women in tech 2020 and is a board member of the Norwegian Microsoft 365 Community.

More than 10 years ago she discovered SharePoint and has ever since worked passionately to help users see the possibilities in the Microsoft 365 productivity suite. She lives the power of sharing and is passionate about educating and enabling users in the Microsoft User Adoption processes combined with good practice and an agile and pragmatic “hands-on” approach, as a certified Prince 2 Agile Practitioner and Microsoft Service Adoption Specialist. Merethe was co-founder and central force in establishing and organizing the SharePoint Saturday Conference, SPS Oslo, in Norway (2013-2017). As an international public speaker, she has experience from Modern Workplace Conference Paris, SPS London and of course SPS Oslo.

Learn More
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/merethestave/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MeretheStave
Usergroup: https://www.meetup.com/NSC-Oslo/events/

Current events

  • Bergen Microsoft Community

    at OnlineFeb 4

    Our MVP, Merethe Stave is invited to Bergen Microsoft Community to talk about structure and culture when collaborating in Microsoft 365. This is a fre...

  • Arctic Cloud Developer Challenge

    at OnlineFeb 4 - Feb 6

    Our MVP, Merethe Stave is judge at the 2021 installment of Arctic Cloud Developer Challenge. ACDC is a 3 day Norwegian hackathon focusing on Microsoft...

  • MVO Stale Hansen on MOCA

    Norwegian Microsoft 365 Community

    at Online16/09/2020 @ 17:00 - 18:00 CEST

    Our MVP, Ståle Hansen, and our CCO, Merethe Stave, will go through the new Modern Collaboration Architecture (MOCA). Learn “which tool whenR...

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