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Borgen, Seppinen featured in videos about Finns living in the UP

December 26, 2020
Finlandia staff member, Nata Borgen, and international business student, Santeri Seppinen, were recently featured as subjects of two short videos on Finns living in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The videos are promotional pieces for Finnzone and are part of Finnzone’s strategy for attracting Finnish companies to the Keweenaw. The videos were produced by Kristin Ojaniemi and sponsored by the Finnish American Chamber of Commerce Upper Michigan.

Nata Borgen

Borgen is working as the Administrative Assistant for the Suomi College of Arts & Sciences (SCAS) and International School of Business (ISB). Originally from Helsinki, Finland, Borgen came to Finlandia as an exchange student in 2013. As a student from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences she studied in an international degree program for multilingual administrative assistants. After getting married, and settling in to the US, Borgen found her way back to Finlandia in 2019.

Santeri Seppinen

Seppinen is a senior from Turku, Finland studying international business. Seppinen is a goalie for the men’s hockey team and launched a successful social media segment last year called ‘Santeri Says‘ in which he shed light on how to pronounce popular Finnish words such as sauna and pannukakku.

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