A diverse team of sustainability leaders

We're really proud to present 18 students from all over Sweden, representing 11 universities and several academic disciplines. They have one thing in common - they all have amazing sustainability leadership potential, that's why they are the selected ASAP Leaders 2020!

The selected students are already heros and winners, but we want to help them strengthen their abilities to accelerate sustainable development and level up their game as sustainability leaders. That’s why we have designed an intense, rewarding, 4-day training in Stockholm on January 25th- 28th 2020! ASAP believes that businesses are part of the solution in the transition to a sustainable society and therefore we do this in partnership with our partners Accenture, LRF, SCA and Stena Recycling.

A core component of the training will be to work on solving complex societal challenges that our industry partners bring to the table. In doing so, they get a hands-on experience from an innovation process in combination with other modules to develop your skills: pitch training, group dynamics, self-leadership sessions, late-night reflections to name a few.

Get to know the participants now and follow #ASAP2030 to learn more about their experiences and results!

Emmy Pater

Uppsala University, MSc Sustainable Development

Sustainability gives us the opportunity to bring the best out of ourselves and the world around us, to create circumstances in which people and nature thrive.

Kaushik Narasimhan Andakudi Kesavan

Royal Institute of Technology, M.Sc. Environmental Engineering

The fact that I can make a difference in this world by focusing on what’s really important is what excites me.

Viktoria Angel

University of Gothenburg, Master’s Programme in Human Rights

I get excited about innovative business solutions that facilitate the process towards a more equal and sustainable future!

John Brugge

Uppsala Universitet Campus Gotland, MSc Sustainable Management

Let's conserve the planet, develop a good and sustainable society, and make the world a better place for everyone!

Peter Nordström

Umeå University, Master of Science Programme in Engineering Physics

The most exciting part of sustainability is to find new ways in which we can get more people to care for a better future

Helena Fechner

Jönköping University, MSc Global Management

That if we all work together, we can create a responsible future for individuals, the society and the planet as a whole.

Alessandro Corbo

Royal Institute of Technology, M.Sc. Environmental Engineering

Sustainability is a process which requires the interaction between different stakeholders. What makes me exited about sustainability is exactly this interaction.

Daniela Andrade

SLU - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Masters program in Rural Development and Natural Resource Management

Sustainability is all about the development of multidisciplinary strategies. The complexity of that holistic vision fascinates me. I have especial interest in the link between the social dimension, food security and animals' health and welfare.

Josef Carlson

Linköping University, M.Sc in Energy & Environmental Engineering.

I believe decentralized renewables will give the 840 million people now living off the grid access to clean energy

Ulrika Hafström

Lund University, BSc in Urban and Regional Planning

Sustainability forces us to reject old beliefs about life and reimagine our purpose in this world!

Nanna Byskov Graversen

Swedish School of Textiles, Master of Fine Arts in Fashion Design & Sustainability

Sustainability to me, is an opportunity, in this moment of time, to challenge our use of resources, with creative solutions.

Emmy Bergman

Linköpings universitet , MSc Industrial Engineering and Management

Knowing that we, the younger generation, have the passion, force and knowledge to repair the previous generations neglect makes me excited and hopeful.

Endang Ashfiya

Lund University, M.Sc. in Strategic Communication

Thinking of sustainability is all about collaboration, creativity, and communication in achieving the common goals.

Tanyew Singer

Uppsala Universitet, MSc Sustainable Development

It’s like time traveling! Analyzing complex systems in different dimensions will enable us to create a wonderful future!

Charlotte Rasche

Royal Institute of Technology, Sustainable Technology

That it is in our own hands to decide for it - as long as we do it now.

Shanmuga Kumar Suruliappan Magudapathy

Chalmers University of Technology, MSc. Production Engineering

On a life mission to protect and improve the quality of my home, our only home - the Earth. <3

Saverio Lapini

Stockholm School of Economics, Business & Management

A sustainable revolution has the power to change the way we all live our lives, for the better.

Felicia Gustafsson

Lund University , MSc in Sustainable Service Management

The potential for people from all over with different skills and experiences collaborating towards a sustainable future!



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