Jerry Bartlett

Number cruncher. Doer.

Jerry Bartlett portrait

Vice President
Alex Lange

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

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Second Vice President
Elizabeth Dacey

Gregarious communicator.

Elizabeth Dacey portrait

Agnes Szabela

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

Rachel Baldwin

My family and I relocated to Sweden in 1999. We established a group of companies to assist and help expats and foreign companies with payroll, taxes and company set ups. Our home and office is located in Farsta with over 32 employees currently working throughout Sweden.


Bill Borden

Activist/supporter of good causes, sales writer, teacher, traveler, native Chicagoan

Deborah Duerr

Galleri owner, graphic designer and teacher with an entrepreneurial spirit.

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Margareta Hjorth-Vlasic

Architect and world traveler with a special love for Botswana.

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Jeff Ogren

United States Embassy
U.S. Embassy Stockholm Management Counselor


Mary Scheuermann

Health policy expert and creative problem solver.

Mary Scheuermann portrait

James Schureck

1 Wife
2 Kids
2 Cats
2 Countries



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

Germaine R. Thomas

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

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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.