Peter Rohmée

Senior Associate Consultant

Peter Rohmée has worked with major gift fundraising (philanthropy) since 1995 on part-time bases and 2005 – 2015 on a full time bases as a consultant with Brakeley. Since 2015 he works with Brakeley as senior adviser.

Peter joined Brakeley as a Senior Consultant in May 2005 and was promoted to Managing Consultant, Nordic Region in June 2008. Previously Peter was a client of Brakeley in 1995 when working for the World Maritime University in Malmö (UN), Sweden. Since then he maintained an association with Brakeley through his own management consultancy, by supporting the development of proposals for Feasibility Studies, including report writing, and participating in the interview teams for a number of Brakeley clients.

Since he joined Brakeley, Peter has provided consultancy services to international clients such as: International Maritime Organization (UN), UK; World Maritime University (UN), Sweden; International Maritime Search and Rescue Federation, UK; King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia; Geneva Global (End Fund), Switzerland; World Wildlife Fund International (WWF), Switzerland. To Swedish clients such as: Karolinska Institutet (KI); Royal Institute of Technology (KTH); Stockholm University; Chalmers University of Technology; University of Lund; Uppsala University; Linköping University; Life Science University (SLU), Heart and Lung Foundation; Royal College of Music (KMH); the City of Bollnäs; the City of Örebro; the City of Huddinge; University of Jönköping; University of Örebro; University of Umeå; Sahlgrenska Academy; Sahlgrenska University Hospital; Karlstad University; University of Gävle; Malmö University; the University of Skövde; the City of Malmö; University of Mälardalen (MDH); University of Dance and Circus (DOCH); the Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences (GIH); Svenska Sjöräddningssällskapet (Swedish Search and Rescue Federation); Johannelund Theological Institute; Vårdal Foundation; Vårdal Institute; Stockholms Stadsmission; Grafikens Hus; Tom Tits, Södertälje; Vidarkliniken, Järna; RATIO Research Institute; World Wildlife Fund Sweden (WWF); Action Aid, Sweden. To Danish clients such as: Technical University of Denmark (DTU) Lyngby; WWF Denmark; University of Aalborg; Bioplanet Randers; Danish Refugee Council. To Finnish clients such as:  Aalto University; Helsingfors University; Hanken School of Economics; University of Oulu; World Vision; Arcada. To Norwegian clients such as: Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU; Norwegian University of Life Science – UMB; UNICEF Norway.

Peter also served as Interim Campaign Director for Karolinska Institutet for a period of eight months during Karolinska Insititutet’s first ever capital campaign Breakthroughs for Life raising almost 150 million USD.

Before becoming an independent consultant Peter worked for the United Nations for fourteen years as Personnel Director for the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) in London and as Administrative Director of the World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmö. For WMU he was responsible for the Human Resource Management and for the long-term funding of the organisation, including negotiations with governments, international foundations and international development organisations. Previous to his UN career he worked for eight years as Personnel Manager for the Swedish National Road Administration in Borlänge, the Regional Hospital in Halmstad and for the Swedish National Testing and Research Institute (SP) in Borås.

Born and raised in Borås, Peter divided his time between studies and sports, mainly basketball in the first league which included some appearances for the National Team. Peter was also responsible for the development and implementation of the European Basketball Championships (EuroBasket 2003) in Sweden 2003.

Peter has experience from several international major sport events, in addition to EuroBasket 2003, such as World Championships in Basketball 2002 (Indianapolis, US); European Championships in Basketball 2001 (Istanbul, Turkey); European Championships in Handball 2002 (Sweden); European Championships in Ice-Skating 2003 (Sweden); IAAF World Championships 1995 (Sweden); IAAF European Championships 2002 (Sweden) and World Championships in Handball 2011 (Sweden).

He graduated at the University of Gothenburg, where he majored in Public Management and Economics in addition to studies in Social Sciences and Communication Technology. He now lives in Skanör in southern Sweden and at the island of Gotland at the Swedish East coast.