Ingvar Sverrisson is the founder and CEO of Aton. He has a vast experience from the advertisement industry in Iceland and was the CEO at one of its largest firms. Ingvar also has extensive experience from the public sector since he was the senior political advisor to the Minister of Interior and the Minister of Welfare. In recent years Ingvar has worked as an advisor for a host of Icelandic companies, organizations and for the public sector. Ingvar has a MBA degree from the University of Reykjavík.
Huginn Freyr Thorsteinsson is a partner at Aton. He is the former senior political advisor to the Icelandic Minister of Finance and Minister of Industries and Innovation. Huginn has also been an adjunct professor at the University of Akureyri in Iceland and has been on various boards and commissions for public and private companies. Huginn Freyr is vastly experienced in working on international advisory projects. Huginn has a Ph.D in Philosophy of Science from the University of Bristol.
Saerun Osk holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Reykjavik University and a Master’s in Strategic Public Relations from Lund University and University of Stirling with emphasis on crisis communication. She has also earned a project management certification (Level D) from IPMA. Saerun has PR experience working in the IT industry and marketing communication.
Elias Jon Gudjonsson is a former senior political advisor to the Icelandic Minister of Education, Culture and Science. He has also been the Head of Information at the Icelandic Ministry of Finance. Elias Jon has also worked as a journalist for some of the largest publications in Iceland. He has been on various boards and commissions that has related to his work within the public sector. Elias Jon has an education in Political Science from the University of Iceland.
Karen has vast experience working in media and communication. She worked as an Information Officer at Fisheries Iceland for a few years and before that as a journalist and columnist at various media outlets in Iceland. She has also worked as a reporter and deputy news editor at Iceland’s Channel 2. Karen holds a BA in Literature from the University of Iceland and an MBA from Reykjavik University.