U.K. offshore infrastructure company North Star has recruited Tamara Topić as the company’s first sustainability manager to lead ESG strategies and align them with its net zero goals, according to an Oct. 12 press release.
Prior to this role, Topić worked in maritime sustainability as an associate manager for MSC Cruise Management’s engine research and development department. The company stated in the release that Topić’s responsibilities as sustainability manager include maintaining key initiatives to advance North Star’s sustainability agenda and overseeing the development and execution of procedures related to ESG.
“It is North Star’s dedication to fostering a culture of sustainability and optimising its fleet performance which attracted me to the role,” Topić said in the release. “I’m really looking forward to working closely with the teams in Aberdeen, Lowestoft, Newcastle and Hamburg as well as our supply chain, contributing to the company's environmental and social responsibility objectives.”
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