Honorary President
Erik D. Ramanathan
U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Sweden


Alex Lange

Native of the United States and Germany, immigrant in Sweden.
Advocate for active citizenship.
Loves to hike and sail.

Alexander Lange photo

First Vice President
Rodney Cornelius

Senior cybersecurity professional.
Passionate about music, technology, gaming, travelling and exploring new cultures.



Second Vice President
Germaine Thomas

Provides professional solutions in an inter-cultural context.
She is a songbird of Stockholm creating choral classics.

Germaine Thomas portrait
Bill Borden
Activist/supporter of good causes, sales writer, teacher, traveler, native Chicagoan
Craig Erdrich



Nicole Clifford

Vietnamese-American communications consultant.
Born and raised in SoCal, former Hill staffer in DC, made the switch to PR in BOS.

Elizabeth Dacey

Gregarious communicator.

Elizabeth Dacey portrait

Dag Blanck

A Swede trying to explain the U.S. to Swedes.
Teaches American studies at Uppsala U.

David Landes


David Landes portrait

Jakob Stenberg



Anna Rosvall Stuart

Executive Director of The Sweden-America Foundation.
Native Stockholmer, keen conversationalist and networker, happy to promote US academia in Sweden.

Anna Rosvall Stuart portrait

Mathias Sundin

CEO of Warp News – fact-based optimistic news.

Co-founder and executive chairman of the Warp Institute
Member of Parliament, former

Agnes Szabela 

Student that loves to travel and explore new cultures, great at card games!

Agnes Szabela portrait

Officers and Directors are reachable using firstname.lastname @ e-mail addresses.

The Board of Directors is elected by the membership as part of each annual meeting. Candidates for open Board positions are provided by the nominating committee which can be reached for recommendations or inquiries by contacting any one of the Club officers.

* Provided for in Club Bylaws, the current United States Ambassador to Sweden can be nominated as Honorary President by the Board of Directors. This tradition is based on strong and productive relationships between groups and U.S. representatives meeting in Sweden documented as early as Consul Charles Leas in 1862.

The Club’s founding on April 3, 1905, provides a link to the first United States Ambassador to Sweden, Benjamin Franklin, who was the U.S. signatory to the Treaty of Amity and Commerce Between the United States and Sweden on April 3, 1783.