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The 20th annual Executive Women’s Conference features a diverse list of today´s top executive women and organizational leaders sharing their insights and thoughts on the power of female networking.
ANNA KInberg batra governor of stockholm county
Anna Kinberg Batra is the County Governor and Head of the Stockholm County Administrative Board. Kinberg Batra served as a Member of Parliament from 2001 to 2002 and from 2006 to 2018 and as party leader of the Moderate Party from 2015-2017. She also holds a degree in economics and is a special investigator in the Payments Inquiry since 2020
ANNIKA WÄPPLING KORZINEK Head of the European Commission Representation in Stockholm
Annika Wäppling Korzinek is the Head of the European Commission Representation in Stockholm. She brings over 25 years of experience in European and Swedish affairs, including 7.5 years as Deputy Head of Representation and Team Leader for Political and Economic Section. Most recently, she served as Environment and Public Affairs Manager at Boliden Smelters.
KARIN RÅDSTRÖM CEO MERCEDES-BENZ TRUCKS
Karin Rådström has held several top management positions at Scania, including Director of Fleet & Driver Services and SVP and Head of Buses & Coaches. As a member of the Executive Board of Scania, she was responsible for Sales and Marketing. Since 2021, Rådström serves as the CEO of Mercedes-Benz Trucks and as Member of the Board of Management of Daimler Truck AG.
MARIA HACKLEY Global Co-Head of the Industrials Group at Citi
Maria Hackley is the Global Co-Head of the Industrials Group at Citi, responsible for developing and managing bankers who cover a portfolio of 1,700 clients across the globe, with a focus on large multinationals. Recently in 2022 she was awarded no. 25 of Most Powerful Women in Finance. She is recognized as the role model for the “best-in-class” bankers at Citi and helps the bank hit its ESG goals, which are a priority of Citi CEO Jane Fraser. Maria is also a strong advocate for diversity, inclusion and equity.
STINA EHRENSVÄRD CEO & FOUNDER, YUBICO
Stina Ehrensvärd is known for her work as a co-inventor of the YubiKey strong authentication key and her contributions to the FIDO/WebAuthn open authentication standards. She has presented on these topics at events such as the Oslo Freedom Forum and RSA, and was honored as the Most Powerful Swedish Woman Entrepreneur in 2018.
Lisa Lindström Chief Experience Officer for EY's Consulting services
Lisa Lindström is the Chief Experience Officer for EY’s Consulting services. She is leading the Innovation & Experience practice in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa. As a co-founder of the innovation and design firm Doberman, now a part of EY, she is also leading the growth of EY Doberman into a truly Nordic team with studios in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo and Helsinki.
There is a special, vibrant energy that evolves when you bring people together. When you get to meet, listen, learn, share moments, and become inspired. The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York and Dagens Industri cordially invites you to join our transatlantic network of women leaders for this years lunch and talks. Please note that the tickets include a seated luncheon.
How can individual experiences inspire a generation of women? How can we together create the networks we desire? – and most importantly help each other grow? Join us for this extraordinary conversation!
Lotta Edling - Editorial Director of Development, Bonnier News
Lotta Edling is on the Executive Management team of Bonnier News, part of Sweden’s largest media company and the owner of Dagens Nyheter, Expressen, Dagens industri, HD-Sydsvenskan and local newspaper group MittMedia. Prior to this, she was the Editor-in-Chief of Dagens Industri and has a background in business press for 20 years. Lotta is also on the boards of danish business daily Dagbladet Börsen, Sweden’s national news agency TT (Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå) and Swedish Media Publishers’ Association TU (Tidningsutgivarna).
Anna throne-holst - President, SACCNY
Anna Throne-Holst is a hard-working leader, devoted mother of four and the President at SACCNY. Prior to her presidentship at SACCNY, Anna was active in the political arena: She worked for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations, served as the Town Supervisor of Southampton for six years and most recently she ran as the Democratic candidate for the U.S. Congress to represent the First Congressional District of New York in 2016. Notably dedicated to supporting children from low-income families, Anna also co-founded the Hayground School in Bridgehampton and served as the Executive Director at Bridgehampton Child Care & Rec. Center.
Tuesday, March 14,
Lunch & conversations
11:30 – 14:00
111 64 Stockholm
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The Swedish American Chamber of Commerce, New York, (SACCNY) is the oldest and largest Swedish chamber of commerce outside Sweden. Founded in 1960, SACCNY acts as an invaluable support arm for Swedish businesses already, or aiming to, establish in the largest and most competitive market in the world – The United States. Headquartered in New York with its unique market position for innovation, collaboration and exponential success.
Most notable is SACCNY’s recent initiative, Gateway – a collaborative innovation, co-working, meeting and networking platform. Acting as a soft-landing pad and dynamic launch and networking platform for Scandinavian startups & scaleups, as well as larger, well-established corporations, Gateway merges SACCNY’s legacy and unique network with Sweden’s turbo-charged and leading international commercial innovation sector – providing a meeting place for energetic entrepreneurs, curious investors and long-standing Swedish powerhouses.
The platform is already home to more than 80 Scandinavian companies and the number keeps growing. Meet and collaborate among hungry entrepreneurs; learn from the wise and experienced corporates – that is Gateway.
Anna Throne-Holst, President, SACCNY
Irena Nilaj, Gateway & Event Manager, SACCNY