The Kvinna till Kvinna Foundation's leadership
Kvinna till Kvinna’s Board is elected every fourth year by WILPF Sweden (Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom) and the Swedish Peace and Arbitration Association.
The Board meets seven times a year. It is chaired by Devrim Mavi.
Chairperson of the board
Office Manager at the Swedish Disability Rights Federation.
Former editor-in-chief and op-ed writer. Has been involved in the feminist and anti-racism movement for more than 15 years. Board member since 2014.
Coordinator at Victim Support Sweden
Former trainer at the Expo foundation. Studied Political Science and Human Rights.
Head of Unit Middle East, North Africa (MENA) and Europe at Swedish Red Cross
Significant experience of development cooperation, including through We Effect.
Sustainability expert, lecturer, and board professional.
Extensive experience from how the environmental movement pursues issues to create influence. I would like to share that knowledge in the feminist movement and broadening the organization’s strategic work with the UN’s Global Sustainability Goals.
Operations manager for the World Anti-Bullying Forum at the Friends foundation.
Formerly worked at the Albright Stonebridge Group and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs.
Senior Lecturer at Södertörn University.
Former journalist, peace observer (South Africa) and election observer (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Environmental strategist at the Public Employment Service.
Former employment coordinator, Red Cross volunteer and board member of Save the Children’s local association.
Deputy board members
Officer at Save the Children with responsibility for Syria and Palestine
Many years of experience in humanitarian aid and development cooperation.
Worked with children’s rights issues including girls’ rights and with humanitarian aid and development issues, in several crisis contexts. Women’s organizations play a crucial role in sustainable peace in societies and countries around the world.
Sexual policy expert at RFSU (sexual and reproductive health and rights)
Worked in civil society with issues related to democratic inclusion, equality, public education, commitment, and peace. Former case manager for asylum and Dublin examination at the Swedish Migration Agency. Non-profit experience of working with women’s politics from IKFF and StreetGäris. My experiences is in equality issues and broadening power.
Anna Vigdis Gustavsson
Working at the Swedish Red Cross with volunteer and association development
I develope and implement strategies and methods in everyday life and in crisis.
I have also worked with practical peace policy work through the method of nonviolence. I am proud to contribute with my experience and competence in board work.
Get in contact?
Email Board coordinator Ewa Sangert firstname.lastname@example.org