We are two Swedish sisters with global careers, working in the complimentary fields of leadership development and peacebuilding. We are also on the board of the family-owned business Welcome Hotel in Stockholm. As natural connectors, we love to bring people together, both in our careers and when working on our passion project Roos&Shine.

With all the momentum around female empowerment, we want to be a positive force, making our contribution to a movement based on equality and inspired female leadership.

Victoria is a senior leadership consultant working with FranklinCovey. She is an expert in leadership development and has trained, developed and coached leaders across the world for the past 20 years. She has also lead Learning & Development organisations for large corporations across Europe and the Middle East. In fact, learning is one of her key interests and she loves to learn new things, as well as passing on knowledge to see others grow. She is currently writing a book on leadership together with two of her American colleagues from FranklinCovey.

Victoria believes in a holistic leadership, taking all aspects of body, mind and brain into consideration to achieve your full potential. Passionate about movement, she is a running coach for teenagers and is also planning on starting up “teenage yoga” once she has completed her yoga teacher training.

Apart from various certifications within learning, leadership and HR, Victoria has a bachelor degree in Hotel Management (BA.HM) from Hotelschool The Hague in the Netherlands.

Victoria is an experienced facilitator and public speaker who engages her audience, no matter if 20 or 2000 people are in the room.

VICTORIA ROOS OLSSON
CEO / Founder

About Josefine

JOSEFINE ROOS
CEO / Founder

Josefine is a peacebuilding expert, working for the UN Peacebuilding Support Office in New York. Prior to UN HQ, she has worked on peacebuilding and conflict sensitivity, providing analysis and training organisations to adapt to local challenges. She has spent most of her career in countries undergoing political transition and peacebuilding processes, including Myanmar, South Sudan and Colombia.

A mediator certified by the New York Peace Institute, Josefine is passionate about working with people to solve conflicts. She is a superfood enthusiast, inspired by healthy living, exercise and mindfulness, and is about to push out of her comfort zone to attend a yoga teacher training.

Josefine has a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University (SIPA) in New York, and an MA (Hons) from the University of St Andrews in Scotland.