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Lena Gustavsson
Press Officer
Skills
NatonalitySwedish
LanguagesSwedish, English, Danish, German

I was born 1964, and my working career started when I was 15 years old with a job in the food and catering industry. It has given me a good foundation to stand on in working life as well as a sense of service. After I had been home with my children a few years; I got an education in finance and accounting. I had time to distinguish myself and start a new family. It is no easy situation to start a new family; I have two bonus children in addition to my own children. Now all our children left the nest and the grandchildren have come into our lives

I currently work as a sectoral administrator within the social sector in Höörs municipality answering directly to the social manager. This role fits me excellently because I like to have varying duties. I have, among other things, coordinated information regarding the supplier accounts, finance and our website.

I am person who like to work with problem solving and streamlining. Arranging events, meetings and more are some of my specialties. I have a high working capacity and enjoy challenges and a constant learning.

When Jörgen walked from Lund to Jerusalem in 2012-2013 he got me to believe in people. Where ever he stayed people opened their homes to him and offered a bed for the night. When he asked me to help him reach Jerusalem for the second time, I jumped at the chance.

I believe in respect for all humans and everyone has right to their own faith. No one should be persecuted for their religious beliefs. The UN Declaration on Human Rights states that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights”.

I am happy, open, honest and happy to take initiatives and have good teamwork skills. Stubborn as I am, I am not giving up in the first place if a problem arises.
When I spend time with my loved ones, I feel at my best. I like to read a good book curled up in the couch or in front of a film with my needlework at hand. When the opportunity is given I relax in our favourite place in Spain.

My motto is that a good laugh prolongs life.

 

When Jörgen walked from Lund to Jerusalem in 2012-2013 he got me to believe in people. Where ever he stayed people opened their homes to him and offered a bed for the night. When he asked me to help him reach Jerusalem for the second time, I jumped at the chance.