Chairman of the Board
Liselotte Hägertz Engstam
Liselotte Hägertz Engstam is a Non-Executive Board Director at Knowit Group AB (Publ), Zalaris A/S (Publ), Itello AB, S-Group AB and Chairman of Digoshen AB.
Liselotte has a background from international executive positions at HCL Technologies and IBM, with responsibility for the establishment and international geographical expansion of new business areas, as Business Process Outsourcing and Strategy & Change Consulting. Previous positions also include Board Director at Transcom World Wide AB and Area Manager at Skanska AB.
Liselotte is a Committee Member at INSEAD International Board Director Network (IDPN) and a regular teacher at the Chairman Program at the Swedish Academy of Board Directors.
Liselotte holds a Master of Civil Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, and is a Certified International Board Director from INSEAD (IDP-C).
Members of the Board:
Liselotte Bergmark brings a solid knowledge of Strategic Human Resources leadership and a broad experience from different industry sectors and international working environments. In her current role as Head of Group HR at Dometic Group, she is responsible for the HR function that support the business in three regions; APAC, AMERICAS and EMEA.
Prior to her current role, Liselotte was the Executive VP HR for Sanitec (acquired by and now Geberit). Previous to that she has been responsible for global Management and Organizational Development work with strong focus on talent and leadership development, in SCA and later in TeliaSonera.
For ten years Liselotte also worked for DHL in various management positions with responsibility for HR development in Scandinavia, the Baltic countries and Poland. She later lived and worked in Brussels where she was managing the Management Development work for DHL worldwide.
Liselotte brings more than 20 years’ experience of international Human Resources. Liselotte holds a BSc. and MSc. in Human Resources from the University of Linköping, Sweden.
Per-Olof Schroeder is currently pursuing training in evidence-based research methods focused on the economics of knowledge and innovation at the United Nations University @ Maastricht. Core research interests include public-private partnerships and Smart Cities.
Per-Olof formerly led the Applications & Services Business Group within Microsoft Western Europe. Prior to joining Microsoft, he held several executive roles with IBM Global Services EMEA; including Managing Principal & Director at IBM UK, and Country Manager within IBM Global Services in Sweden. Before joining IBM, he spent six years at strategy and technology consultants Arthur D. Little, working from the firm’s offices in London, Brussels, and Riyadh.
Per-Olof holds a degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University, an MBA from London Business School, and an MA from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University.
Jyrki Eklund has contributed to the implementation of health management practices as part of organizational management practices. He has been involved in various projects with, for example, the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, building new health management concepts for different occupational groups. Before joining Aino Health Management Oy, Jyrki worked at Nedecon Oyj in the field of technology consultation. He was in charge of internationalization projects on both board and management level and he also served as the country manager in Singapore with Southeast Asia as his area of responsibility.