Malin Quick Oljelund new COO of Rud Pedersen Sweden

Malin Quick Oljelund has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of Rud Pedersen Sweden. Malin has previously worked as State Secretary to the Minister for Public Administration Lena Micko.

Malin Quick Oljelund has vast experience holding key positions within the state, municipalities, and regions. In addition to her role as State Secretary, she has been Advisor to the Chairperson of Sweden's Municipalities and Regions (SKR) for four years.

Malin has also held roles including Administrative Director of the Social Democrats in the Stockholm Region, Political Advisor at the Ministry of Justice and the Prime Minister's Office, Political Secretary in the European Parliament, municipalities, and county councils, and five years at Kreab as Public Affairs Consultant and Director.

“I am delighted to welcome Malin to us. With her solid leadership experience and knowledge of politically led organisations, she will contribute immensely to further strengthening the management team at Rud Pedersen Sweden,” says Kristina Lindahl Von Sydow, Managing Partner of Rud Pedersen Public Affairs.

She adds, “Malin's broad experience of Swedish politics and society from leading positions both at national as well as regional and municipal levels further strengthens us as a company.”

“I am very much looking forward to being part of the Rud Pedersen team in Sweden and contributing with my experience from different political levels and as a consultant,” says Malin Quick Oljelund.

“Rud Pedersen is a leading public affairs agency whose impressive range of consultants have a range of experience and knowledge from various parts of society. Likewise, it has a strong collaboration with 12 offices across Europe within the Rud Pedersen Group. This provides extremely good conditions for sharpening and developing our offer in assisting companies, organisations and the public sector navigate an increasingly complex and uncertain world.”

Additional information:

Kristina von Sydow,, 072 700 65 41