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About Loza Foundation

ORGANISATION IN SWEDEN

Sabina Grubbeson
General secretary and founder of Loza Foundation

Sabina originally studied healthcare and is a certified nurse with experience from both hospitals and care homes, where she has worked with disabled people and also people with physical and mental illnesses. After this early career, she has devoted her professional life to product development and run her own firm, Grubbeson Design, since 2010. In 2016 she started a research concerning the situation of the most vulnerable people in the poorest parts of Europe, which resulted in the formation of the Loza Foundation.

Gabrielle Göthberg von Troil
Administration, communication and project development.
Gabrielle is educated in Human Rights with experience from Save the Children as secretary as well as with media and communication.

Bojana Atanasova
Bojana is a former chief of cabinet in the ministery of health in Skopje, North Macedonia where she worked as a main advisor for public health matters, created and implemented public health policies among other commitments. Before that she worked at H.E.R.A. Health Education and Research Association in Skopje, North Macedonia.  Bojana holds a bachelor´s degree in political science and diplomacy at the FON university in Skopje North Macedonia together with a Master´s degree in public health at Lund university in Sweden.

Dragana Stefanovska
Dragana is born in Kumanovo North Macedonia and work as an architect in Gothenburg in Sweden. Dragana speak macedonian and work with Loza Foundations aid projects in North Macedonia.

Maya Bergener
The Project Committee disabilities, North Macedonia
Maya holds a master’s degree in sociology and works with neuropsychiatric functional variations within LSS in the municipality of Gothenburg. In the project for deinstitutionalization for disabled people in North Macedonia, Maya acts as an adviser and follows the EU-funded IPA project that Loza Foundation participates in at the Special Institution in Demir Kapija.

Janita Frisk
The Project Committee disabilities, North Macedonia
Janita is trained as support educator in LSS and work with people in the autism spectrum with many years of experience in the field of functional variations. In the deinstitutionalization project for disabled people in North Macedonia, Janita works as an adviser and follows the EU-funded IPA project that Loza Foundation participates in at the Special Institution in Demir Kapija.

 

ORGANISATION IN NORTH MACEDONIA

Tomce Velkovski
Business coordinator for Loza Foundation in North Macedonia
And a great help with initial research work and and structuring the organisation on site in North Macedonia.

Glorija Naumovska
Project-coordinator and follow-up on projects in North Macedonia. Glorija studies special education and rehabilitation at Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. She has volunteered in children´s orphanages and centers for special rehabilitation and worked on projects with NGO´s for sustainable development and environmental protection.

Sandra Jakasanovska
Interpreter and translater. Operativ interpreter for the organisation in North Macedonia. Project-coordinator and follow-up on projects in North Macedonia.

Martina Pavlovska
Coordinator for the volunteer work as well as managing the follow-up on projects in North Macedonia.
CEO for NGO for young disabled

Olivera Anevska
Interpreter and translater
Operativ interpreter and administrative translator for the organisation in North Macedonia.

THE BOARD

The board of Loza Foundations has the overall responsibility for all Loza operations and has at least four board meetings a year. Board members are appointed by the board and the Loza head office is situated in Varberg, Sweden.

Louise Edqvist Lendefors
Chairman of the Loza Foundation.

Louise is a lawyer and has previously worked in both the state, municipality and private sectors. Today, she works as a lawyer at the LaSSe User Support Center in Gothenburg on questions about LSS legislation and social law. Louise also works as a lawyer at Coompanion in Gothenburg with business law, mainly for economic and cooperative associations. Louise has a background as a lawyer at the Gothenburg Diocese.

Sabina Grubbeson
General secretary of the Loza Foundation.

Sabina originally studied healthcare and is a certified nurse with experience from both hospitals and care homes, where she has worked with disabled people and also people with physical and mental illnesses. After this early career, she has devoted her professional life to product development and run her own firm, Grubbeson Design, since 2010. In 2016 she started a research concerning the situation of the most vulnerable people in the poorest parts of Europe, which resulted in the formation of the Loza Foundation.

Jörgen Grubbeson
For fourty years, Jörgen has built up rental company Stål & Hyrmaskiner in Varberg that later became Renta Sweden which today employs 400 people and managing sites in several locations of Sweden.

Thony Hannel
As a tax lawyer at an audit firm, Thony works with a whole range of customers, but has specific experience with tax management for charities, foundations and non-profit organisations. He has served in the United Nations forces in Bosnia during 1994-95 and he also has a personal connection to the Loza Foundation as Loza was Thony’s grandmother too.

Lillemor Berglund
Lillemor work as manager of administration within healthcare in Kungsbacka municipality of Sweden.With over 20 years experience and various managerial assignments within, among others, support for people with disabilities, home care, and administration for SOL and LSS she has a competense that adds good knowledge and experience to Loza Foundations projects for vulnerable people i Europe.

Anna Hallgren
Anna is educated in social work and sexual education with long professional experience in various disabilities. She has worked as a habilitation curator, LSS administrator, school curator in special school and primary school with special-purpose children and young people with NPF and AST diagnoses and at summer camps for disabled children and young people. Anna lives with a disability herself and is the mother of a school-age daughter with a disability. Through her company Anna Hallgren education, she currently works as a supervisor and coach and lectures on what it is like to live with a disability.

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