What made you approach SNS in particular?
I have followed SNS for many years and I strongly believe in the vision of accumulating knowledge to build a better society. In my view, it is also clear that SNS contributes to a more factual tone in the public conversation. That is why I found the prospect of working for SNS to be very attractive.
What have you done previously?
My background is in journalism and writing editorials, and I have worked at HD-Sydsvenskan in Malmö for more than two decades. Before that, I went to Lund University where I, apart from studying journalism, received a master’s degree at the Lund University School of Economics and Management.
Which social issues interest you especially?
Mainly fiscal policy and sustainable social development. But I also have a special preference for business issues, as well as legal, energy and education policy issues.
What do you do in your spare time?
When I am not working, I like to spend time with my family and friends, preferably over a nice dinner or some kind of excursion in the forest. I also read a lot of newspapers, which is a habit I picked up in my previous job. In addition, I am also very interested in music, literature, and various forms of exercise. If I have some extra time available, I like to hit the gym or play a game of padel.