Humana appoints two new members of Group management

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Humana has appointed two new members of its Group management; Anna Sönne as new Director of Marketing and Communications and Nina Marklund Krantz as new Director of HR. Both will take up their positions on September 1. They will succeed Helena Pharmanson and Anna Giertz Skablova, who, after eleven and five years in Group management, respectively, are leaving Humana.

– I am pleased to be able to present two new members of the Group management. Both Anna and Nina come with a broad competence and experience in their respective areas. It also makes me proud that they are internal recruitments, it is proof of strength that we have this capacity internally. The fact that they are already well acquainted with Humana also means that we will not lose any momentum in our work to be the provider-of-choice for care services among customers with high-quality standards, says Rasmus Nerman, President and CEO of Humana.

Anna Sönne currently holds a position as Head of Investor Relations and Sustainability, an area of responsibility that is part of the marketing and communications function, and has been with Humana since 2018. Before joining Humana Anna was Vice President and acting Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper Dagens Samhälle. Before that she was Head of Editorial office at the fund company East Capital and, for many years, she worked in various editorial managerial positions at the Swedish business daily Dagens industri. Anna holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration at Stockholm University and she is also an educated journalist.

– I am very happy and motivated to take on this assignment. Humana has an important societal mission where we want to contribute to a sustainable welfare system in the Nordic region, and here both employee communication and external communication have an important role in supporting our quality operations, says Anna Sönne.

Nina Marklund Krantz holds a position as HR Manager of the Individual and Family business area since 2017. Nina has a background with many years of experience in the care industry in various positions. In addition to HR manager, she also worked as an HR specialist, HR strategist and operations manager. Nina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human resources and Work life conditions at Kristianstad University.

– I look forward to continuing to strengthen our employee focus at Humana. We have built a good foundation with our investments in digital tools, in leadership training and in core values ​​work, this work I want to continue in order to be the industry's most attractive employer, says Nina Marklund Krantz.

Helena Pharmanson, the current Marketing and Communications Director, has held the position since 2010 but will be leaving Humana after the summer to explore new work possibilities. Anna Giertz Skablova, the current HR director, has held the position since 2017, but will be leaving Humana for a new role outside Humana.

– Helena and Anna have both contributed to advancing Humana's positions in their respective areas. I will miss them a lot, both as persons and in their professional roles, says Rasmus Nerman.

For more information, please contact:

Rasmus Nerman, President and CEO, +46 70 828 18 60,
Patrik Silverudd, Press Manager, +46 766 112 111,
Anna Sönne, incoming Director of Marketing and communications, +46 70 601 48 53,
Nina Marklund Krantz, incoming HR Director, +46 76 832 94 95,

Humana is a leading Nordic care company providing services within individual and family care, personal assistance, elderly care and special service housing in accordance with LSS. Humana has 16,000 employees in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark providing care for 9,000 individuals and working to achieve the vision “Everyone is entitled to a good life”. In 2020, Humana’s operating revenue was SEK 7,797m. Humana is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm and the company’s headquarters are located in Stockholm. Read more about Humana on:


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