Five nominees were shortlisted for the title of this year’s SDG Pioneer in Denmark. An external committee have individually assessed each candidate and the winner has been found: Charlotte Sølling, ESG Manger at Danish pension fund MP Pension.
Five nominees have now been shortlisted for the title SDG Pioneer 2019
• Charlotte Sølling, ESG Manager, MP Pension
• Julia Williams, Sustainability Coordinator, Ingleby Farms & Forests ApS
• Leonora Eberhardt, Industrial PhD student, MTH Group
• Nassera Ahmed, Sustainability Specialist, Chr. Hansen Holding
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The title of this year’s SDG Pioneer is awarded to a young professional (aged 35 or under) commited to advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals from one of our member companies.
The national campaign is part of the UN Global Compact’s annual SDG Pioneers initiative which recognizes 10 global SDG Pioneers. This year the campaign is aimed at young professionals, and the winner of the Danish local campaign will have the opportunity to be among the 10 global SDG Pioneers to be recognized during the 2019 UN General Assembly in September in New York.
Member companies of Global Compact Network Denmark have had the chance to nominate candidates until April 15, 2019. An external committee will select the winner in the beginning of May 2019.