Doconomy Katarina Wangler Björk - Applied Impact Partnership Manager

Doconomy appoints sustainable business advisor Katarina Wangler Björk as Applied Impact Partnership Manager

Katarina Wangler Björk joins Doconomy as Applied Impact Partnership Manager. This marks not only another step in the rapid growth of the company, but also the strong commitment to support Doconomy’s partners and further amplify banks, brands, and individuals’ ability to take climate action globally.

“The decarbonizing of the global economy and limiting climate change to below 1.5°C is one of our generations fundamental challenges to undertake. Doconomy with its technology, communicative approach, and impressive ability to facilitate unexpected partnerships enables corporates, institutions, and individuals to engage, innovate and act for the transition we need. I am excited and feel privileged and humbled to join this highly talented and experienced team, and to continue contributing to this mission.” says Katarina

Most recently she was working as an advisor for environmental services firm 2050 for two years and before that she established and headed the innovation, sustainability, and design team at EY Nordics. She is also a member of the Board of Advisors at digital creative business school Hyper Island

“Katarina represents a unique combination of expertise, experience and engagement. I’m very happy to see her join Doconomy and further expand our capabilities in showing our partners the way to a more sustainable tomorrow. Her innovation skillset and ability to rapidly asses’ opportunities will be instrumental to the success of our strategic partnerships, making data speak and impact actionable. We are a team of diverse experiences and backgrounds, and adding Katarina’s combined track record in innovation, sustainability, and design, Doconomy just got even better.” says Mathias Wikström, CEO at Doconomy

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