Inka Löfvenmark: Inka is a physiotherapist who lived in Botswana between 2010-2013. She worked as project coordinator in a partly Sida financed partnership project with establishing rehabilitation for people with spinal cord injury. The Spinalis Botswana SCI-centre has a national uptake area but is located at Princess Marina Hospital and is now run by local professionals. She is continuously performing annual follow-up visits.

Andrea Petitt: Went to Botswana in 2013 to do ethnographic field work among women and cattle in Ghanzi district, for her PhD thesis in Rural Development at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. After defending her thesis in 2016 Andrea now works as a researcher at the Centre for gender research, Uppsala University, focusing on questions of gender, agriculture and human-animal relations.
Evelyn Forsman: Lived in Botswana during 1988-1993 with her children Saroja and Calle. Worked at the Development Cooperation office at the Swedish Embassy. Now retired after working 35 years for Sida/MFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). Was also posted to Nairobi and Maputo.

Constance Sönnergren: From Manyana Botswana. Worked for IGI Insurance Company. One of the first women to own a Taxi in Gaborone. Owned a restaurant/nightclub and hair saloons. Moved to Sweden 1987 with family. Worked for Marabou, Pharmacia Medicine and Hemtjänst. Volunteered for Red Cross and other organisations in Botswana and Sweden, where I continue to volunteer. I have three grown up children.
Julia Rowland: From Kanye, Botswana. Is Fourth Secretary at the Embassy of Botswana, has been at the Embassy in  Sweden since 2014, with her son Ame. Worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation prior to posting in Stockholm.
Lisa Lundgren: Went to Botswana together with husband Alf and our sons Pontus and Felix in 1991 and stayed there seven years. Worked, first, as a management consultant for SIPU and, later, for Sida, at the Swedish Embassy. Alf worked at the Scandinavian School and Pontus and Felix went to the Scandinavian School, Thornhill Primary School and Maru-a-Pula Secondary School in Gaborone. All got many new friends and had a lot of fantastic adventures in the country. After Botswana, worked for Save the Children in South Asia for 8 years and is now retired but active in Save the Children in Borås.
Nelly Kabomo-Hogård: From Molepolole/Lentsweletau, Botswana. Moved to Eskilstuna Sweden in March 2011, to join husband Karl Hogård. Worked for Botswana Government for 31 years in different departments i.e: Water Affairs, Transport and Office of the District Commissioner as an administrator. Was assigned to assist the DC by settling marital and social disputes. Basically assigned as a committee member of the National Celebration Committees and other National Diplomatic visits to the districts, mostly in Gaborone and Kweneng districts. Has two adults sons and two granddaughters.
Christina Malmius: Went to Botswana in 1981 with parents Eva and Karl-Göran (K-G) Engström, formerly ambassador. During herstay, went to Maru a Pula Secondary School and the Swedish School in Gaborone. An employee of Ericsson where she is currently internal auditor. Also spent some years in Japan where she studied and worked and have recently worked for a few years in Kenya. Was part of the BOTSFA group that travelled to Botswana to celebrate the 50th independence anniversary.
Mebi Hermansson: Went to Botswana in 1980 with mother and sister. Mother, Siv Hermansson, worked at the Development Cooperation Office at the Swedish Embassy 1980–1984. She and her sister went to the Swedish School in Gaborone. Today works at The City Hall of Stockholm as a security coordinator and the curator. Has two adult daughters. Went back to Botswana 2016 for the 50th independence celebrations.