Kajsa Nylander appointed sustainability manager for Svenska Spel
Kajsa Nylander has been appointed new sustainability manager for Svenska Spel. She most recently comes from a position as Sustainability Manager at Systembolaget and will take up her new position at Svenska Spel on January 27, 2020.
As sustainability manager, Kajsa Nylander will be responsible for the Svenska Spel Group’s sustainability work, where gaming responsibility, that is to offer gambling responsibly, is the most important area.
Kaja’s solid background in sustainability and change work will be of great benefit to Svenska Spel’s sustainability work with a focus on gaming responsibility. Her skills and experience give us the best possible conditions to further develop our leading position in gaming responsibility. With Kajsa on board we will be able to take the next step towards even better gaming responsibility tools and minimize the risk of players getting into gambling problems. Our goal is for our customers to enjoy entertainment and gaming enjoyment in a safe environment and with control over their gaming, says Joakim Mörnefält, communications director at Svenska Spel.
Kajsa Nylander has been Sustainabilty Manager at Systembolaget since 2017 and has prior long and solid experience of sustainability work both in Sweden and internationally, including as Senior Manager for Climate Change & Sustainability Services at EY and CEO of Respect Sustainable Business.
– I look forward with great joy and enthusiasm to starting my position as sustainability manager at Svenska Spel. The Swedish gaming industry is an industry in change with the new gaming legislation, which makes it a very exciting time. Svenska Spel already has solid sustainability work, and I look forward to being able to participate and continue to develop our work on gaming responsibility and the Group’s other strategic sustainability issues, ”says Kajsa Nylander.
Kajsa Nylander succeeds Scarlett Roa who will leave Svenska Spel in December. The position of Head of Sustainability is part of Communication and Sustainability and reports to Director of Communications Joakim Mörnefält.