Over the course of the year, Fabege’s Head of Urban and Property Development, Head of HR and Head of Communication have been co-opted members of the Executive Management Team. Their roles have now been made permanent, and as of 1 January, Fabege’s Executive Management Team has a total of nine members.
Existing members of the team include Stefan Dahlbo (CEO), Åsa Bergström (Deputy CEO), Klaus Hansen Vikström (external Deputy CEO), Anders Borggren, Klas Holmgren and Charlotta Liljefors Rosell. The new members are Charlotte Liliegren, Head of Urban and Property Development, Gunilla Cornell, Head of HR, and Elisabet Olin, Head of Corporate Communication.
- “The three individuals who have now been appointed as ordinary members of the Executive Management Team have all worked at Fabege for many years, and they have considerable experience within their respective roles. They have also been important in enabling us to achieve our current position and hold key roles for our future development. I’m delighted about the level of expertise and drive that we have in our Executive Management Team,” commented Stefan Dahlbo, Fabege’s President and CEO.
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Brief information about the three directors who have been given new roles on Fabege’s Executive Management Team:
Gunilla Cornell has been Fabege’s Head of HR since 2011 (worked for the company as a consultant since 2008). She has previously worked as a consultant in business development, management and project management, both independently and at TietoEnator.
Charlotte Liliegren has been an employee at Fabege since 2006. She has worked in letting, property management, and since 2013 as Head of Urban and Property Development. Prior to this, she worked for Tornet AB, Stena Fastigheter AB and Drott AB in several roles, including letting agent, business developer and analyst.
Elisabet Olin has been Fabege’s Head of Corporate Communication, with responsibility for external and internal communication, since 2013. Previously she had held a similar position at Billerud from 2001.