Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) is delighted to announce that Vice President and Head of Managed Services at Ericsson Middle East & Africa, Eva Andren has been named Inclusive Leader at Business Engage’s 8th Annual Gender Mainstreaming Awards. An enthusiast fueled by a constant drive for business efficiency, Andren was recognized for her position as a transformational leader encouraging diversity, talent and motivation to inspire positive change.
Business Engage’s 8th annual Gender Mainstreaming Awards celebrate towering examples of principle-centered leadership and managers that are able to inspire diversity by leveraging the talents and motivations of the teams they are responsible for. These individuals have ingrained into their leadership style a recognition of the provable benefits to their business that diversity brings, with special emphasis on gender.
On the occasion, Eva Andren, Vice President and Head of Managed Services at Ericsson Middle East & Africa, says: “Thanks to Ericsson, I have had the opportunity to be a part of an extraordinary journey of innovation excellence. I am incredibly proud to have been named an Inclusive Leader this year, accepting this award on behalf of all architects of positive change.”
Andren joined Ericsson in 1990 and has more than 25 years of experience in leading organizations and people in a global environment with specific expertise in the areas of commercial management, crisis management, logistics, financial flow management and change leadership.
Eva Andrén oversees the Managed Services business within Ericsson MEA, where she gives corporate and strategic direction in this space. Globally, Ericsson provides managed services in more than 100 countries supporting approximately one billion subscribers. Eva facilitates company activity around the optimization and management of networks for operators in the region. She has been successful in leading all efforts to streamline operations, strengthen the managed services portfolio offering and value proposition, thereby enabling profitable growth.