Here’s the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders.
Enviance: The environmental, health and safety management software developer has appointed Amy Stelling (pictured) president and CEO. Stelling was previously an executive-in-residence at the global investment firm Battery Ventures, the backer of Enviance.
Siemens: The energy efficiency and power generation technology company has appointed Tim Oliver Holt CEO of the Power Generation Services Division. Holt is currently CEO of the Power and Gas Business Unit within the Power Generation Services Division. The Division’s current CEO, Randy Zwirn, is retiring on Oct. 1.
NRG Energy: The power company has announced Bruno Sarda as its new vice president, sustainability. Sarda joins NRG from Dell, where he most recently served as director of sustainability and social responsibility.
Current: General Electric’s energy service company has hired Bruce Stewart as the company’s new chief marketing officer. Stewart joins Current from Constellation Energy, where he served in dual capacity as CMO and senior vice president.
Forum for the Future: The sustainability nonprofit has appointed Sandra Seru as director of its US office. Seru joins Forum from The B Team, where she led strategy and operations.
Republic Services: The recycling and waste management company has elected Thomas W. Handley and Jennifer M. Kirk to its board of directors. Handley serves as president and chief operating officer for Ecolab. Kirk is vice president, controller and principal accounting officer of Occidental Petroleum.
ChargePoint: The global electric vehicle charging network has appointed former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm to its board of directors. Granholm is currently a professor of law and public policy at University of California, Berkeley.