Hanna works as sustainability advisor with specific focus on strategy and reporting. She is experienced in conducting gap analyses and materiality analyses with the aim to develop strategic ambitions and actions plans for sustainability. As part of these analyses, Hanna often plans and conducts stakeholder dialogues, including interviews with management and board representatives, investors, customers and employees. Hanna often takes on the role as project lead regarding materiality analyses and stakeholder dialogues, as well as the production of sustainability reports. This often also includes mapping against the UN Global Goals and sector specific expectations, as well as leading workshops and company specific trainings. Hanna is experienced in taking on the role as long-term strategic and operative sustainability resource working both remotely and as a on-loan resource, e.g in the role of sustainability strategist. Hanna holds a bachelor’s degree in Business, Language and Culture and a Master in Business & Development Studies from Copenhagen Business School.
Christian is an advisor within sustainable development, focusing on strategy and business development. He is also a subject-matter expert in systematic risk management and operating on high-risk markets, including a two-years posting to Bangladesh. Christian has wide experience of developing and managing projects, as well as establishing successful partnerships between corporate, public and not-for-profit organisations. He holds an MSc in Business and Economics from Stockholm School of Economics and a Master of Political Science from Stockholm and Lund Universities. Previously, Christian has worked as a management consultant and with sustainable business at WaterAid and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).
Anamaria works with strategic sustainability issues with a special focus on UN Sustainable Development Goals, anticorruption and leadership for sustainability. She has experience in training companies as well as developing and managing projects. Anamaria has worked at Bogota’s Chamber of Commerce as international cooperation analyst and as coordinator for the UN Global Compact network in Colombia. She has a B.A. in International Relations with focus on international law and human rights from Externado University of Colombia, as well as a M.A. in International Public Management from Sciences Po-Paris. Anamaria recently finished a second Master in Leadership for Sustainability from Malmö University.
Anna is the founder of TomorrowToday and works as a senior advisor especially focused on corporate sustainability strategies, incl. implementation and integration of such strategies. Anna has more than 15 years of experience in advising companies within CSR / sustainability, with specialist expertise in sustainability reporting. Anna holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a Master of Science in Environmental Management and Policy from IIIEE at Lund University. The UN’s Global Compact, ISO 26000, ISO 14001 are some of the standards and frameworks that Anna has worked with. Moreover, Anna has been working with the Global Reporting Initiative’s guidelines for sustainability reporting (GRI Standards) for 15 years. A typical assignment for Anna is as project manager of different types of strategy and business development related assignments. It may include management group workshops, mapping a business against the UN Global Goals (Agenda 2030), materiality analysis including extensive stakeholder dialogues, analysis of sustainability risks including TCFD-based analyses. Anna is a widely used workshop leader and trainer. In recent years, Anna has also started to take on assignments as a moderator. You will also find her on the South Sweden Chamber of Commerce “100 list” and as a Board member of Sustainable Development Skåne.
We are looking for consultants with a genuine interest in driving societal change. Contact our colleague Hanna Bremander, email@example.com
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