Global Maritime Forum announces new members of the Board of Directors
The annual general meeting of the Global Maritime Forum took place on Thursday 26 March 2020 via a conference call. The agenda included the election of new members of the Board of Directors.
March 26 2020
International not-for-profit organization, Global Maritime Forum, announces the new composition of its Board of Directors, following today’s annual general meeting.
Peter Stokes was re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Randy Chen was elected as new Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Michael Parker and Oivind Lorentzen III were re-elected as members of the Board of Directors.
Anthony S. Papadimitriou, Claus V. Hemmingsen and Jan Dieleman were elected as new members of the Board of Directors.
“I am pleased that Anthony S. Papadimitriou, Claus V. Hemmingsen and Jan Dieleman have been elected as new members of the Board of Directors. They have multiple years of experience in diverse areas of the maritime sector and a profound understanding of the long-term forces that will shape the future of global seaborne trade. Together with the existing Board members, they will strengthen our capabilities to bring about positive change, both for the industry and for society,“ says Peter Stokes, Chairman of the Global Maritime Forum.
Founder of the Global Maritime Forum, Flemming R. Jacobs, was appointed as Non-Executive Director Emeritus as a mark of distinguished service.
Hereafter, the Board of Directors consists of:
Peter Stokes (Chairman), Randy Chen (Vice Chairman), Anthony S. Papadimitriou, Christine Loh, Claus V. Hemmingsen, Jan Dieleman, Michael Parker and Oivind Lorentzen III.
More information about the members of the Board of Directors is available here.
For further information, contact Head of Communications, Torben Vemmelund at email@example.com or +45 2224 1446 or visit www.globalmaritimeforum.org.
About the Global Maritime Forum
The Global Maritime Forum is an international not-for-profit organization committed to shaping the future of global seaborne trade to increase sustainable long-term economic development and human wellbeing. To serve its mission, the Forum convenes leaders from across the maritime community with policymakers, NGOs, experts, and other influential decision-makers and opinion shapers from all geographies in a community of purpose to discuss collective challenges and to work together on developing new solutions and recommendations for action. In order to do so, the Forum identifies, develops and shares new insights and key issues on the global agenda and facilitates collaborative projects and initiatives that can deliver long-term impact and sustainable change.