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GRI Global Sustainability Standards Board appoints new chair and board members

The GRI Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) has appointed a new chair and six new board members.

Judy Kuszewski, chief executive of Suncroft International, a consultancy firm in sustainability and corporate responsibility, is the new chair of the GSSB. She has 25 years’ expertise in corporate accountability and transparency, stakeholder dialogue, risk and opportunity identification, and communication planning around corporate sustainability challenges.

The six new board members are;

Evan Harvey, Director of Corporate Responsibility for Nasdaq

Dr. Robyn Leeson, principal, STR Consulting of Australia

Kenton D. Swift, a professor of accounting at the University of Montana

Michel Washer, deputy chief Sustainability Officer of Solvay and Belgium

Julia Wilson, director, Global Responsibility & Sustainability of Nielsen and USA

Atilla D. Yerlikaya, group corporate affairs director of Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) and Turkey

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