Scottish Ministers have today announced the appointment of Franceska van Dijk as a new board member of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).
SEPA Chair, Bob Downes, said:
I’m very pleased to welcome Franceska as the newest member of SEPA’s Board. The breadth of experience and acumen which Franceska brings to the Agency as a sustainability expert will be a real asset and will complement the strengths of our current Board members.
"In particular, Franceska’s background in effective stakeholder engagement and identifying business critical risks and opportunities will certainly support SEPA’s current strategic direction. With our next board meeting approaching, I look forward to working closely with Franceska to build on SEPA’s reputation as a world-class, 21st century environment protection agency.”
The appointment of Franceska van Dijk was officially announced by the Scottish Government and will take effect immediately until December 2019. Further detail can be found via the Public Appointments web site.