GITA RAJAN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD FOR THE FUNDRAISING FOUNDATION WONSA
Doctor, entrepreneur, a survivor of sexual abuse and the founder of Wonsa.
“Wonsa will change the world, that’s a journey I don’t want to miss!”
Johan is CEO of Den Gyldene Freden and has years of experience in business management. He has earlier been chairman of the board for the Fundraising Foundation Wonsa.
Martin is an economist, the last 10 years he has worked as CFO at Berns in Stockholm, this was under a period filled with changes for the corporation.
”I feel so proud to be a part of Wonsa and work with the `for real important´ issues that they do, to create a good and much-needed change.”
Nina is a criminologist and has a degree in gender studies. She works at the police in Stockholm with domestic violence and sexual violence towards children and she has years of experience in preventing violence and sexual violence.
”Wonsa’s work is so important because they expose the problem that is sexual abuse and that there is a lack of treatments for these victims. If you think about how many victims there are of sexual abuse, Wonsa’s work is absolutely necessary!”
YLVA ELVIN NOVAK
Ylva has a PhD in psychology and is an authorized psychotherapist. She has a background as researcher in gender psychology and has written several books in the subject. She has years of experience in meeting patients who have been sexually abused and is well aware that most victims don’t have the possibility to go to a private clinic.
”I am engaged in Wonsa because I want to work towards a world of no sexual abuse. I want there to be county-funded clinics to help this group of patients, who’s voices too seldom are heard.”
CARL GÖRAN SVEDIN
Emeritus professor in child psychiatry, specializing in child abuse, psychological trauma. BUP, Linköping University. Quality assurance research advisor.
Lovisa Fhager Havdelin’s background is within organizations like Doctors Without Borders, Peace Dividend Trust, Unicef and Amnesty. Lovisa chose to study Political Science and Human Rights at the University in Lund. Today, she is a Managing Director at Teskedsorden. Lovisa was awarded as UN-supporter of the year 2015 and elected as a member of the National committee for the Raoul Wallenberg day.
”I have always been interested in people and want to operate in a world where everyone counts, everyone is respected and can have an opinion.”
Viktor has a background in communication and corporate branding. He works as a global communications director at Tele2 and is advisor for Reach for Change.
”A world free from sexual abuse is the world I want to live in and have my children grow up in.”
Chairman of the Swedish Women’s Lobby 2009-2015 and the brain behind the Swedish Parliament’s gender equality goals for Sweden.
Gertrud is the former chairman of the board for the Fundraising Foundation Wonsa.
”A world without sexual abuse is a vision. Wonsa works towards that vision and helps the victims to get their lives back. That’s good enough for me.”