SSE Executive Education at the Stockholm School of Economics has appointed Annachiara Torciano as Executive in Residence. Annachiara, who is Head of ESG and Communications at Slättö, was selected as Executive in Residence because of her stature in the field of sustainability and proven track record in leadership positions in international business. As part of the appointment, Annachiara will be spending several days throughout the year at SSE Executive Education, engaging and interacting with both employees and participants in executive programs.
“We are delighted that Annachiara has accepted this role. Her perspective as an experienced leader in the field of sustainability and business, as well as track record in driving change in global companies, will mean that she can provide valuable insights and advice to guide our activities”, said Katarina Hägg, CEO of SSE Executive Education.
“As a proud SSE alumn, this opportunity is particularly meaningful”, said Annachiara. “I am looking forward to working closely with both participants and employees at SSE Executive Education. Our focus will be on initiatives that help businesses move from commitments to action at speed and scale, and create value in the shift to net zero. SSE has a unique role to play and I am honoured to be part of this exciting journey.”
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