Christian Hellevang is a senior adviser at The Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS). He works with volunteering, leisure time for children and young people, youth democracy, social housing work and universal design. Hellevang has a bacheloor-degree in public administration from the Norwegian School of Management and Social Sciences (NKSH), 60 credits (ECTS) in public information from Lillehammer University College and a master's degree in public administration (MPA) from the Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He also has 28 credits from the Nordic School of Public Health in Gothenburg (NHV) and 30 credits in "Health in plan" from the University of Agder (UIA) and 10 credits in universal design from NTNU and 10 credits in universal design from VID. In addition, he has 30 credits from Oslomet in oral narration.
Hellevang has previously worked in The tenants union of Oslo (LBF), The Directorate of Integration and Diversity (UDI), The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs (Bufdir), The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprises (NHO), The union of students in Norway and the National Youth council of Norway.
Hellevang has held many positions in various organizations. He has been president of Youth for understanding Norway, president of the tenants 'association in Oslo, president of the Norwegian tenants' association and also a former board member of IUT.
Hellevang has sat on many different juries, now he sits on the Housing Bank's jury for social housing work and Bufdir's jury for good youth work.
Hellevang has been member of many public bodies, among them is the Norwegian Rent Tribunal