Lotta Werner Flyborg Appointed New CEO of SGBC

Sweden Sweden Lotta Werner Flyborg is the new CEO of Sweden Green Building Council, SGBC. She will take office on May 1 and succeed John Söderberg who worked for SGBC as interim CEO since autumn 2018.

2019-03-08

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Lotta Werner Flyborg. Image: SGBC
Lotta Werner Flyborg.

Lotta Werner Flyborg comes from the role of CEO at Theme and Business Area Manager Architecture at Project Engagement.

"Sustainable community building is one of the most important issues we can work with today. I look forward to leading such a competent organization as SGBC and together get the opportunity to develop it even more - a very exciting assignment," says Lotta Werner Flyborg.

"After a solid process, we have now recruited Lotta as the new CEO of SGBC. Lotta has a broad experience from the real estate industry. She has previously worked at an architectural office, in an entrepreneurial and real estate development company and for a shorter time also municipal," says Chair of the Board Jeanette Reuterskiöld and adds:

"We see this as a relevant and interesting background for the assignment to lead the work with SGBC forward. We are very happy that Lotta has chosen SGBC and the board looks forward to making this trip together. I want to thank John Söderberg for everything he has achieved in his interim role during this time. That means a lot to SGBC." 




Anthon Näsström
anthon@nordicpropertynews.com

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