From KTH class of 2006 to gender equality entrepreneur, Sandra Bourbon shares her best career advice for an equal future.
Sandra Bourbon studied engineering physics at KTH (Class of 2006) and is passionate about creating an equal future. She has founded Framtidsfeministen and Equalytics. Framtidsfeministen, "Future Feminist," is a finance company making gender equal investments. Equalytics is a software company that gathers gender data to build a more equal future. Sandra will share her story starting from KTH, entering employment, and then becoming a serial entrepreneur. She has received multiple awards for her contributions to gender equality, is regarded as a Super Talent in Finance by Veckans Affärer (Buisiness of the Week), is considered one of the Most Powerful Individuals in Sustainability by Aktuell Hållbarhet (Sustainability in the News), and one of Sweden's Best Communicators by Resumé. She will share some of her best career advice for an equal future.
Breakfast will be served.