Carl Karheiding, Acting Director
Carl is acting director for the center and main responsible for the operations. He also has a project managing role and coordinate projects and activities within Swedish Life Cycle Center. Carl has a master of science in Industrial Ecology from Chalmers University of Technology and has a background from both private sector working with nuclear safety and working with environmental questions at the government.
Anna Wikström, Project Manager
Anna’s role is to manage and coordinate projects and activities within Swedish Life Cycle Center. Anna has a master of science in environmental economics from School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg and has a background from both private sector working with business and administration and working with environmental issues from NGOs.
Daniela Michael, Project Manager
Danielas’s role is to manage and coordinate projects and activities within Swedish Life Cycle Center. Daniela has two Master’s Degrees, one in International Development Cooperation and one in Geography. She has a background as project manager within strategic internationalization, strategic partnerships, program management and international coordination.
Ulrika Georgsson,Communications Officer
Ulrika’s role is to plan and produce communication material to all channels, develop and evaluate the activities and support the coworkers in the communication field. Ulrika has a background in marketing and retail and has developed several sustainability projects towards consumers.
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Sara Palander, Director (parental leave)
Sara is director for the center and main responsible for the operations. Sara has a Master of Science in Strategic Environmental Development, IIIEE (The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics), Lund University and has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, also from Lund University. She has experience from sustainability reporting in an auditing company and different collaboration projects and started to work for the center in 2010.