Board of Directors.

Providing support, experience and strategic direction.

Emilie Erhardt Winiarski (Acting Chairperson)

Emilie Erhardt Winiarski has over ten years of experience from the Nordic and international health and medtech industry with a focus on commercialization and business development. In her most recent role, she was Cheif Business Development and Commercialization at Ivbar, a leading provider of advanced data analytics solutions for the healthcare sector. Her previous experiences also include Director of Healthcare Partnerships and Consulting at Getinge and Senior Consulting Manager at Philips Healthcare Transformation Services. Prior to that, she has been working with innovation and digitization projects, consulting as well as customer and partner development at BUPA London and Sirona Health Solutions.

Emilie joined the Brighter board of directors in 2020 and is to be regarded as an independent member of the board.

Ownership in Brighter: 0 shares and 0 warrants.

Emilie Erhardt Winiarski

Hab El Assaad

Hab El Assaad is an international senior impact executive currently testing post-COVID-19 strategies, and advisor to select members of Dubai and Abu Dhabi sovereign families. His previous service to stakeholders spanning 66 countries includes managing directorship at Harvard Square’s MIRAKI Innovation – whose legacy includes seeding the largest medical technology exit in history (Auris to J&J) – the AFAQ Group for General Investment as Co-Executive Director, Revitalife Compounding Pharmacies and Clinics as Interim COO, a founding partner in the Impact Hub network and of the ORYXSIS 1 Bank, and earlier corporate/foundation exposures at ORACLE, GM, Motorola, and Andersen Consulting. He is a past member of the Hawkamah Institute for Corporate Governance and inaugural participant in the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Programme.

Hab el Assaad joined the Brighter board of directors in 2020 and is to be regarded as an independent member of the board.

Ownership in Brighter: 0 shares and 0 warrants.

Åsa Sjöblom Nordgren

Åsa Sjöblom Nordgren is the CEO and founder of Trice Imaging Inc., a global leader in cloud based medical image management. Trice’s solution is approved and available in 42 countries and is built into leading machines from, for example, GE Healthcare, Philips and FujiFilm. Trice has expanded global distribution and online sales directly to healthcare providers. Åsa Sjöblom Nordgren has solid experience from innovation and digitalisation work and changing consumer behaviors in healthcare. She has previously held leading positions at Metronome, Sveriges Kommunikatörer, MobPal Mobile Relations and Tre.

Åsa joined the Brighter board of directors in 2020 and is to be regarded as an independent member of the board.

Ownership in Brighter: 0 shares and 0 warrants.

Christer Trägårdh

Christer Trägårdh has a long history in the banking industry and solid experience of board work in various industries. During 2014-2019, Christer was a member of Swedbank’s Group Executive Committee, initially as regional manager and from 2016 as Head of the Group’s largest business area Swedish Banking. Prior to that, Christer was the CEO of Bergslagens Sparbank, and he has also worked for 20 years at Handelsbanken in various leading positions. Furthermore, Christer has had more than 20 board assignments over the years including Chairman of Fastighetsbyrån, Vice Chairman of Svensk Handel Försäkringar (now SH Pension) and board member of UC.

Ownership in Brighter: 150 000 shares and 0 warrants.

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