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Katarina Berg (Chief Human Resources Officer at Spotify)

Katarina Berg

Chief Human Resources Officer at Spotify

Katarina Berg has been heading up Spotify's global HR team and she's also head of the company's Global Workplace Services and Strategy Operations teams. She’s been with the company since 2013, leading the talent transformation during the business transition from startup to a mature international company.

Before Spotify, Katarina held high-profile HR roles in various multinational companies, such as Preem, Swedbank, Kanal 5 (SBS Broadcasting) and 3 (Hi3G Access).

As well as catering to the people needs of a diverse, nimble and ever-changing organization, Katarina is also focused on building teams and reinventing processes to establish an environment where creative and passionate people can be their very best, have fun and develop great careers. Outside work Katarina loves to spend time in the archipelago. When she is not eating her way into new cultures or cooking for friends and family, she dreams of the days back when she travelled the world whitewater rafting.

Mia Edin (Head of HR Asia at Eversheds Sutherland)

Mia Edin

Head of HR Asia at Eversheds Sutherland

Mia Edin is the Head of HR Asia for Eversheds Sutherland, recognised as a global top 10 law practice that provides legal advice and solutions to an international client base including some of the world's largest multinationals. In Asia, Eversheds Sutherland operates in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore.

Originally from Sweden, Mia has spent nearly half her life abroad building her HR career in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. She started off her HR career in the corporate sector before joining the legal world in 2016. As a generalist, she’s covered most aspects of HR and is particularly passionate about talent development, D&I, employee wellbeing, change management and driving high performance cultures. In her spare time, Mia has a passion for various wellbeing practices and sports (e.g. golf, yoga and hiking), photography, fine wine and eating well (which are not mutually exclusive!).

Michael Kim (Head of HR JAPAC at Spotify)

Michael Kim

Head of HR JAPAC at Spotify

Michael is a highly accomplished global Human Resources leader with over 18 years of experience in strategizing and implementing global talent initiatives that drive business results and improves both employee and company performance. Michael currently serves as Spotify’s Head of HR for JAPAC (Japan, India, South East Asia, South Korea, and Australia/New Zealand), where he is responsible for driving the overall people strategy of the region. His innovative design of Spotify’s revamped parental leave program has received global recognition for taking the #leadonleave for companies supporting families, establishing work-life balance, and driving inclusivity within the workplace.

Michael has worked across a broad spectrum of industries including Technology, Investment Banking & Markets, Media, and Advertising. Prior to joining Spotify, Michael was a Vice President of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, where he was responsible for leading strategic people initiatives across the Technology & Engineering division globally.

Anders Lundholm (Managing Director of Lee Hecht Harrison)

Anders Lundholm

Managing Director of Lee Hecht Harrison

Anders has a passion for growing people and businesses around the world. He has over 15 years of experience operating in the space of HR and Education Management Consulting at the global stage. Anders grew up in Sweden and has since embarked on a rewarding international career journey that includes positions in New York, Ho Chi Minh City, Stockholm, Zurich and Hong Kong. Anders takes great interests in getting to know people and together form partnerships that drives organizational and individual growth.

Simona Rosi (International Trade Scholar at Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong)

Simona Rosi

International Trade Scholar at Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Simona Rosi recently moved to Hong Kong from Sweden after completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Strategic Management at Lund University. With a big interest in cultural exchange, cross border relationships and business she was selected to represent Sweden during ‘Tokyo International Weeks’ in 2019, a two-week programme focusing on the lessons and experiences from cultural exchange between students from all over the world. She also spent 6 months in Taipei to undertake her exchange studies in International Business at the National Taiwan University.

Originally from Stockholm, with Italian roots, with Simona you can always expect a curious mind, a strong will and a big smile!