Our board

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Sandor Albrecht

Research and Innovation Professional

Sandor is a driver of the Wallenberg Launch Pad (WALP) at the Knut and Alice Wallenberg (KAW) foundation and co-project manager of WASP Research Arane Media and Language. Previously, he was Vice President, and the head of Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS) at Research Institute of Sweden (RISE), 2018-2019, and worked at Ericsson 1999-2018 in several leadership positions in product development and corporate research. He was the founder and head of Ericsson Garage 2013-2018, Ericsson’s global innovation and incubation platform.

Sandor is a community builder, change driver and creates an environment where people can grow, utilize their creativity, and are empowered to deliver value regularly. He believes in a world where women are an equally integral part of creating future technologies.

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Goran Cvetanovski

Founder and CEO, Hyperight

Goran is a Founder and CEO of Hyperight AB, an event and media organization dedicated to helping organizations increase their maturity level of data innovation and AI utilization, by creating platforms that encourage knowledge sharing, peer-to-peer networking, and B2B collaboration.

Goran has 17 years of experience in event management, guerrilla marketing, sales, and business development. He is a serial entrepreneur and investor in B2B Tech and service start-ups active in the MICE industry. He is also the Executive Producer of the weekly AIAW podcast.

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Mats Johard

Managing Director at Cognizant, Sweden

The Girls in Tech engagement at Cognizant is part of a wider diversity program that will help us in our journey to become a more diversified company with more perspectives and consequently a more thriving place to work and develop.

Our ambition is to spark young girls’ curiosity to at least consider a future in tech.

“The best way to predict the future is to invent it”

Alan Kay, computer scientist