The UNGC Ukraine has elected a new Supervisory Board


The United Nations Global Compact Ukraine, the Ukrainian network of the world’s largest community of responsible businesses, has elected a new Supervisory Board. The Board includes leaders of leading Ukrainian companies and civil society organizations who are ready to help UNGC Ukraine fulfill its mission of promoting sustainable development in the Ukrainian business environment and implementing initiatives for the restoration of Ukraine.

Mykhailo Shelemba, CEO of Datagroup and Volia, was elected as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board.

The newly appointed members of the Supervisory Board are:
– Maxim Timchenko, CEO of DTEK;
– Yegor Topolov, founder of the Topsens psychological assistance center;
– Petro Mykhailyshyn, CEO of Epicenter Group of Companies;
– Iryna Shynkarenko, Deputy Chairman of the Epicenter Company, permanent representative of the company;
– Zoya Lytvyn, founder of the Osvitoria NGO and Novopecherska School;
– Liudmyla Pyshna, co-founder of the NGO Vidchuy;
– Laurent Dupuch, CEO of Ukrsibbank BNP Paribas Group;
– Ana Lucatela, Head of the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office in Ukraine.

“We are pleased to welcome the new members of the Supervisory Board. We have been working with many of them for a long time on the joint implementation of important projects. These experts have extensive experience in managing businesses and non-governmental organizations. We are grateful that they will strengthen our organization in difficult wartime with this experience and knowledge,” said Tetiana Sakharuk, CEO of the UN Global Compact in Ukraine.

The Supervisory Board of the UN Global Compact Ukraine plays a key role in determining the strategic direction of the organization, fulfilling its mission, and ensuring transparent operation and reporting.

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