After six most successful years as president of ECFA Tonje Hardersen's term ended at ECFA's General Assembly in Berlin.
(10.02.2013) According to ECFA's statutes board members can be elected for six years maximum. Therefore also Charlotte Giese (Denmark) and Dimitris Spyrou left the board. All members who were present thanked the leaving board members for their dedicated work.
As new board members the General Assembly elected Malene Iversen (Denmark), Kathy Loizou (Great Britain) and Petra Petra Slatinšek (Slovenia). During their first board meeting immediately after the General Assembly Céline Ravenel unanimously was elected as the new President of ECFA. On the photo (left to right) the - almost - complete board of ECFA: Cecilia Grubb (Sweden), Kathy Loizou, Felix Vanginderhuysen (General Secretary, Belgium), Céline Ravenel, Reinhold T. Schöffel (Germany), Malene Iversen, Petr Koliha (Czech Republic) and Petra Slatinšek. Not in the picture: Adam Graham (Great Britain). Photo: Gert Hermans.
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