MK-Sustainable Solutions (MKSS) promotes diversity, encourages leadership and supports young entrepreneurs. Your difference is your strength!
MKSS provides governments, NGOS, and businesses with creative and sustainable solutions dealing with strategic communications, unconventional education and youth resilience.
We believe that efficient strategic communications build social resilience and drive positive change in society.
MK stands for MultiKulti which is a Swedish word that means multicultural. MK captures our core values based on diversity and respect for the other. We believe that societies become successful and resilient thanks to their diversity and not in spite of it. Societies that thrive are those whose constituent communities know how to harness multiculturalism and diversity in its various forms, particularly amongst youth of all genders, backgrounds and experiences.
Backed by a team of experienced international professionals, our strategic services meet the needs of all types and sizes of clients - from small startups to large firms and governments - and deliver lasting changes with measurable growth. Please get in touch with us today to learn how MKSS can help your future success.
MEET THE TEAM
MK-Sustainable Solutions harnesses a global network of proven talent with expertise in community and youth engagement, diplomacy, humanitarian affairs, post-conflict recovery & development, and new media. We work with national governments, international organizations and the private sector, as well as civil society and religious authorities to provide creative and sustainable solutions in cross-cutting areas including strategic comms, CVE & PVE, entrepreneurship, social integration, leadership, empowerment, media expression and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Moses is an experienced communications and business development practitioner who prior to managing MK-Sustainable Solutions had worked on scores of projects addressing media development and youth empowerment for international organizations such as BBC Media Action and the United Nations.
His local and international work focus in the last ten years has been on digital media, entrepreneurship & business development, political participation, youth empowerment, and finding viable alternatives to violent extremism both in the Middle East and in the West.
Moses is Swedish with a multicultural background, and he is fluent in English, Swedish, Spanish, Arabic and French. He holds an advanced degree in International Business and another one in Public Policy.
Project & Change Management in Communication, Partnerships & Advocacy
Federica is a project and change management practitioner, specialized in communications, partnerships and advocacy.
Passionate for community media, Federica started her career as journalist and international liaison for several NGOs, studying and working with student and internet TVs. Subsequently, she served for diplomatic representations and UN organizations in Denmark, Switzerland and Myanmar, working on the implementation of developmental projects in a wide range of topics, such as environmental and biodiversity conservation, WASH, livelihood and food security, gender equality, and health.
Federica holds a Master of arts in Public, social and political communication, an Executive certificate in Advocacy in international affairs and a Prince 2 PM certification. Originally from Italy, she enjoys working in English, French, Italian and Spanish.
Golala is an experienced digital development and innovation specialist.
She has extensive experience of working for the private and the public sectors and for international organizations such as the United Nations and Swedish Sida on programs to enable technology to support entrepreneurship and economic growth in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
Golala is Swedish with a multicultural background. She is fluent in English, Swedish, Farsi and Kurdish.
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Gender Affairs Expert
Almudena is a strategic communications and advocacy expert expertise to private companies, public Administrations, Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations, and she is a frequent contributor to several media platforms on issues related to gender, youth and labor rights in Spain and around the world.
Almudena is Spanish but having lived and worked in other countries in Europe, the Middle East and Central America, she is fluent in Spanish, English, Catalan and French.