ChemSec’s Executive Director, Anne-Sofie, was among the people that originally started ChemSec in 2002 in a small office. A strategist with clear ideas on how to shape the future of chemicals and a regular at many high level meetings.
Frida is ChemSec’s Deputy Director. She has an extensive knowledge about chemical legislation and is constantly on the road travelling to policy meetings all over Europe. Frida project leads most of ChemSec’s policy focused reports.
Peter is the Head of Communications at ChemSec, making sure ChemSec is seen in the right places and perceived in the right way. He is involved in most of ChemSec’s projects in some capacity, knowing a little about everything.
Previously a stock broker, Sonja now works as ChemSec’s Senior Business and Investors Advisor. Sonja knows what pitfalls awaits investors not willing to take hazardous chemicals into account, and holds a lot of contacts relevant for ChemSec’s business work.
Karin is ChemSec’s Communications Officer. With a background in journalism, copywriting, instructional design and SEO, she has a finger in more or less every pie at ChemSec when it comes to communication.
Joséphine is a Business Developer at ChemSec. With a background in business development, she is an expert at building relationships with high level executives. Joséphine is deeply involved in the overall development of ChemSec’s offering, making sure that it resonates with the target groups.
Henrik is a Policy Advisor at ChemSec, focusing on circular economy. With experience from both industry organisations and politics, Henrik is a natural part of the ChemSec policy team.
Janice works with Economy and Administration at ChemSec. She is the glue that holds the organisation together, handling everything from budget to hotel bookings. At the same time she helps out with a variety of ChemSec projects.