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14th of May 2021
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New Board Members

We are proud to welcome Carol Browner, Elaine Weidman-Grunewald, and Hans Ola Meyer onto Azelio’s Board of Directors. Carol, Elaine and Hans will bring considerable experience and knowledge in the areas of sustainability, public affairs, and finance to the company and we look forward to continuing our journey towards a more sustainable future together.  

Carol Browner is a recognized environmental and climate leader, has served two US presidents and one governor. As Assistant to President Obama and Director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, she oversaw the coordination of environmental, energy, climate, transport, and related policy across the U.S. federal government.

Elaine Weidman-Grunewald is a global sustainability and development expert with substantial experience as a corporate executive, an investor, and a tech founder. This includes a long-held position at Ericsson as Chief Sustainability & Public Affairs Officer. She has been actively engaged in the World Economic Forum, the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the Business and Sustainable Development Commission.

Hans Ola Meyer is the current Chief Financial Officer and member of Group Management of Atlas Copco. He has held various leading positions within Atlas Copco and is appointed as CFO since 1999. Hans Ola Meyer is currently a Board member of Upplands Motor Holding AB and Electrolux Professional AB.

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