Sandra Sundbäck takes up her new position in August, when she takes over as cluster leader after Maria Hollander. Sandra Sundbäck currently works as Sustainability and Communications Manager at Volvo Construction Equipment in Arvika, Sweden.
“I am very excited to take on this new challenge and to work with Paper Province for a sustainable future. My strongest qualities are networking, building relationships and my communicative leadership, which are all important parts of this role”, says Sandra Sundbäck.
Sandra Sundbäck has held various leadership positions also before working at Volvo. She has studied communication, sustainability and political science and has a background as moderator and professional speaker. “For me, Paper Province is an important cluster for putting the bioeconomy and innovation on the map,” she says.
Looking forward to learning
Paper Province is a world leading bioeconomy cluster with more than 100 member companies who work to find sustainable solutions that contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals. Sandra Sundbäck sees the membership issues as very important.
“The unifying power and expertise of more than a hundred member companies is an incredible strength. I am looking forward to learning more about everything that is being done within the cluster and can hardly wait to get started”, she says. Paper Province Chairman Ola Brundin has been involved throughout the process and is very pleased. “We are delighted to have recruited Sandra Sundbäck as the new CEO of Paper Province. Sandra’s background as a network-driven communicator and leader is a perfect match for the task of taking Paper Province into the future”, he says.