Introducing our Director of Clima Action: Anna Huber

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It is our great pleasure to introduce to you all our EU TECH Director of the Climate Action Commission & Environmental Council Anna Huber.

Anna Huber is an internationally experienced sustainability professional that previously strived to reach the UN SDG’s in the FMCG and Fashion industry but also has a history working in Business Development and Consulting in Europe, Asia and America.

Anna holds a Master’s degree in Sustainable Development from the University of St. Andrews and within her more than 8 years of demonstrated experience in sustainability, she wants to make the world a better place, while believing not only in charity, but in empowerment and progress through innovative technologies and sustainable development. She loves to bring people together and believes in the synergy of forces to reach common goals.

In line with her favorite quote “A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in”, Anna is committed to support European companies to become climate neutral and take on sustainability efforts while reaching the UN SDGs around the globe. She is keen to facilitate a dialogue to share knowledge and stress the value of using technology responsibly to combat Climate Change.

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