Caroline Farberger - Speaker - By Promotivate Speaker Agency

Caroline Farberger

Conference Speaker Caroline Farberger - By Promotivate Speaker Agency

Caroline Farberger

Swedish transgender CEO, professional chairperson, board member, Tech Investor, and author


Europe

Sweden

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    Caroline Farberger wears many hats. She is a professional chairperson, board member, experienced CEO, and Tech Investor. She is also a successful author.

    Her time up to 2022 as CEO of the Swedish Insurer ICA Insurance, saw her spend 25 years in the financial industry. She held many senior management positions during this period. But besides her management experience, she was also a dot-com entrepreneur and consultant with McKinsey.

    What makes Caroline Farberger so exceptional, is that she is the first Nordic senior business leader to openly speak about her gender transition. The woman we know today as Caroline Farberger, was previously known as Carl Farberger, a dedicated husband, father, and business leader. Since her transition, she has become an advocate and ambassador for diversity and inclusive leadership.

    Besides her successful career in the world of business, Caroline Farberger has become a successful speaker and author. She is the author of ‘I’m Caroline: Professional Woman and Family Man’. Her book looks at her personal journey of transformation and how she gained valuable insights into gender matters and how they influenced her leadership style.

    Awards

    Her work has resulted in her receiving numerous awards. These include the LGBTQ Person of the Year Award at the QX Gala in 2019, the Womenomics Leadership Award as an accomplished CEO and transgender role model in 2022, and the Kerstin Hesselgren Award later the same year. The latter is an annual award bestowed by Sweden’s HR Associated to a role model who has a long-term commitment to focus on equality and humanity within the workplace and society. The decisions and actions of these laureates are characterised by bravery, outspokenness, and civil courage.

    Caroline Farberger – Speaker

    A sought-after conference speaker, Caroline Faberger shares her unique experience regarding gender norms, leadership style, and authentic leadership. She lives in Sweden and speaks Swedish, German, and English.

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    • “Your talk was more than we could ask for, extremely inspiring and personal.”

      Nataila Farfan Santos, Head of D&I Programs, Ericsson

    • Caroline Farberger “Your talk was more than we could ask for, extremely inspiring and personal.”
      5 / 5
    • “I just want to say 1000 thank you for your contribution to us today. I have probably never seen such a concentrated audience on an internal event.”

      Erik Pedersen, Partner, Bain & Company

    • Caroline Farberger “I just want to say 1000 thank you for your contribution to us today. I have probably never seen such a concentrated audience on an internal event.”
      5 / 5
    • “Caroline Farberger is one of our most appreciated speakers ever. Caroline demonstrates a rare presence and clarity on the scene that leaves no-one unmoved.”

      Paulina Modlitba, Program Director, Women In Tech Sweden

    • Caroline Farberger “Caroline Farberger is one of our most appreciated speakers ever. Caroline demonstrates a rare presence and clarity on the scene that leaves no-one unmoved.”
      5 / 5
    • “Your inspiring talk has echoed through our organization and accelerated our conversations about inclusion and diversity. Thank you for leading the way.”

      Lena Kjær, HR Director, Ramboll Denmark

    • Caroline Farberger “Your inspiring talk has echoed through our organization and accelerated our conversations about inclusion and diversity. Thank you for leading the way.”
      5 / 5
    • “The response from the organisation and the conversations it has triggered is just wonderful.”

      Andrew Mill, Nordic Vice President, Procter & Gamble

    • Caroline Farberger “The response from the organisation and the conversations it has triggered is just wonderful.”
      5 / 5