Marta Szigeti Bonifert (Hungary)

The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee member; Vice President, Institute of Directors Hungary (IoD), Member of the global advisory board of Tokyo University.

Mrs. Bonifert is also member of the board of the CEE Gender Network, member of the board and the head of environmental committee of the Hungarian Business Leaders Forum (HBLF), member of the EBRD’s Environmental and Social Advisory Council (ESAC), member of the global advisory board of Tokyo University.

For more than 25 years, she worked in important positions for government, multinational-businesses and international and national environment agencies. Mrs. Bonifert was the executive director of the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) for 14 years. Mrs. Marta Szigeti Bonifert earned a master in business administration from the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh (USA). She also holds a degree in management from the International Management Center (Hungary) and earned a bachelor of science from the University of Kuwait (Kuwait).

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