Official Website of the Swedish Consulate in Arizona

The Consulate of Sweden in Arizona focuses on the promotion of Sweden in a broad sense, including trade and investment, cultural and consular affairs. Mikael Örn is Honorary Consul of Sweden for the State of Arizona in the United States of America.

The Consulate provides assistance in a wide range of consular matters, including passports, citizenship matters and applications for coordination numbers. The Consulate may provide assistance to Swedes in case of an emergency.

Mikael Örn

The Swedish Consulate in Arizona

Mikael Örn is the Honorary Consul for the Swedish Consulate in Arizona, and his jurisdiction is the state of Arizona. The Consulate continues to facilitate and promote the interest of the Government of Sweden with the state of Arizona.

The Consulate is located in Tempe, Arizona. Service is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please email
[email protected].


Consulate of Sweden
8270 S. Kyrene Rd.
Suite 104
Tempe, AZ 85284

Important Details

Honorary Consul: Mikael Örn

Service is by appointment only.

To make an appointment:
E-mail: [email protected]

+1 (919) 449-8981

You may also contact the Swedish Embassy in Washington, DC.

Mikael Örn is the CEO at Malmsten Inc., the US division of Malmsten AB, a Swedish manufacturer of swimming pool and water polo equipment. Malmsten is the exclusive Official World Aquatics and Olympic Games Supplier for Swimming racing lanes and Water Polo goals and has supplied equipment to 10 Olympic Games including Tokyo in 2021. Paris 2024 and Los Angeles 2028 are next.

Mikael is a retired IBM Executive where he held many roles in Engineering, DevOps and Software Development, including VP of Engineering & Operations and Cloud Chief Architect.

He is a current board member and founding member of the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce in Arizona.

Mikael won a Bronze medal in the 1984 Olympic Games competing for Sweden in the 400m freestyle relay team. He swam at Arizona State University, where he was the 1983 NCAA champion in the 200-yard freestyle. Mikael was the Pac-10 Swimmer of the Year in 1983 and was inducted into the ASU Sports Hall of Fame in 2007.

He received his BSE and MS degrees from ASU. Mikael and his wife, Kit, live in Fountain Hills, AZ. Kit and Mikael just celebrated their 36th Wedding Anniversary. Their son, Anders, lives with his family in Mesa, AZ. Their daughter, Kaila, lives in Raleigh, NC.

The Örn family owns a working cattle ranch in eastern Arizona which is wonderful place to get back to basics.