Our organisation is made up of experienced and committed people. As a team we have expertise in everything from civic tech to open source, and public participation.

Alina Östling


Alina has a PhD title in Political Sciences from the European University Institute, and a strong professional background in democracy, public participation and new technologies. In addition to her academic expertise, she has a long experience in providing research, evaluation and policy support to the European Commission, international organisations (UNDP, UNICEF, OSCE/ODIHR) and civil society organisations (Transparency International, Open Government Partnership).

See more info about me at: https://sites.google.com/view/alinaostling/home

Email: alina[at]okfn.se

Elenor Weijmar
We are still getting to know Elenor and we will write more when we’ve gotten know her better.
Email: elenor[at]okfn.se
Mattias Axell
Co-Founder and Board member

We are still getting to know Mattias and we will write more when we’ve gotten know her better.

Email: mattias[at]okfn.se

Antonio Greco

Board member

Antonio holds a MSc in International and European Relations from Linköping University and is a graduate in Economics and Management from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. Since 2016, he has worked as project manager and researcher at the Latvian chapter of Transparency International, leading several projects and activities related to political integrity, open government data, anti-money laundering and Nordic cooperation. As part of his latest project in cooperation with Open Knowledge Sweden, he has authored the comparative research report “Open Data and Political Integrity in the Nordic Region”. He joined Open Knowledge Sweden’s team in December 2019.

Email: antonio[at]okfn.se

Toni Mickiewicz

Board member

Toni has a Masters in European Politics and Administration from the College of Europe, and further degrees in Government and History. He worked for numerous entities including as European Programme Manager at TechSoup Global, an MS affiliate, and the EastWest Institute a US Think Tank, contributing to consultations on developing the Digital Single Market policy, and civil society multi-project processes which were linked to contributing to the PSI directive. In 2008 his 12-country programme was awarded the European e-Inclusion awards in Vienna, for establishing a donations and professional support network for organizations working on projects related to the Digital Agenda in the European and neighbourhood area. He worked extensively on the ground in countries including Ukraine, Russia, the Caucasus, the Western Balkans, Indonesia with developing data-based reforms, and framing transparency and accountability policy in post-conflict and post-totalitarian transition environments.

In 2007-2008 he managed teams of experienced investigative journalists to form professional associations in the Pacific area, and build a local core of journalists while improving their working relationship with government agencies. In 2010 he helped establish data journalism workshops and electronic waste recycling workshops in West Africa, Ghana and Nigeria. In 2012 he helped to found Open Knowledge Sweden, and was internationally active in Open Knowledge Foundation projects. During 2016-2017 Toni worked for SKL International developing procurement framework agreements for service & expert contracting across their project disciplines. In 2016-18 Toni was a lead researcher on the Clarity 2020 project surveying e-Government Services in Europe. In 2019-20 he contributed as a researcher together with Alina Östling to two reports on harnessing open government data for anti-corruption effect in the Nordic and Baltic regions (funded by the Nordic Council), where one of the sections focused examined specifically open data and procurement.

Fredrik Sjöberg
Board member

Lead Business Developer and Customer Experience Management, at Tieto. Fredrik is passionate about everything that is open and digital. He likes to find digital solutions that help to create a better and more open society. He has created communicative solutions using open source for over 15 years, and is an avid advocate of open data who wants more people to see the benefits of sharing.