Fredrik Gottlieb from Sweden has been awarded the Bronze Wolf, Scouting’s highest honour, in recognition of his remarkable dedication and contributions to the Scout Movement. 

Fredrik has been extensively involved in Scouting for several decades, during which time he has held key roles at the World Scout Foundation to help advance the organisation’s growth and management. Since 2001, Fredrik has served on the Foundation’s Board as a member and, in 2004, he took on the role of Treasurer and member of the Investment Committee, where he has been instrumental in ensuring its effective financial management.  

Over the past 20 years, Frederik has also assumed prominent positions within the Swedish chapter of the Baden-Powell Fellowship, including as Treasurer, Chair, and Member of the Board which enabled him to contribute his expertise and values-based leadership to Scouting. 

Notably, Fredrik was a strong supporter of the 2011 World Scout Jamboree in Sweden, leveraging his extensive networks to generate significant support and financial contributions to help make the flagship event a resounding success. Frederik was also a mentor to the leadership of the Jamboree event, and facilitated the arrangement of a Baden-Powell Fellow Camp together with His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Honorary Chairman of the World Scout Foundation. 

Over the years, Frederik has provided a crucial link between World Scouting and His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, who is an avid Scouting advocate and fellow recipient of the Bronze Wolf Award. Fredrik has accompanied His Majesty on countless international Scouting missions, and has been instrumental in supporting the development of Scouting globally and engaging with National Scout Organizations worldwide. 

In addition to his extensive involvement in Scouting internationally, Fredrik has also contributed significantly to the impact and development of Scouting within Sweden. He was involved in the development of a value-based leadership programme that conducts seminars with top business leaders in Sweden and Swedish Scouts, fostering valuable connections between the Movement and the corporate world. Fredrik's accomplishments and contributions have been recognised as a recipient of the Gustaf Adolfs-märket and Silvervargen (the Silver Wolf Award), the two highest honours bestowed by Swedish Scouting. 

Through his unwavering dedication, leadership, and passion, Fredrik has left a lasting mark on the Scout Movement, making him a truly deserving recipient of the Bronze Wolf Award.