News: First non- Indian director joins Adani Transmission Limited’s board


First non- Indian director joins Adani Transmission Limited’s board

Lisa MacCallum will also be the second female director to join the board of the company
First non- Indian director joins Adani Transmission Limited’s board

Adani Transmission Limited (ATL) has announced the appointment of Lisa MacCallum as an independent Director of the company, which is a key listing of Adani Group of companies. MacCallum would be the first non-Indian director and second female director to join the board.

The recent appointment is a part of the company’s strategic efforts to strengthen leadership and capacity to deliver on its environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) vision, stakeholder engagement and international brand influence. 

Anil Sardana, MD & CEO, Adani Transmission, said, "Lisa brings an exciting range of experience with prominent global brands in the areas of international brand strategy, purposeful business, ESG and Corporate philanthropy.

He also added that  with decades of experience and career achievements, Adani Transmission Limited is thrilled to have her onboard and working with them and this appointment is an essential part of ATL's focus to bring diversity and rich domain expertise to achieving our ESG commitments and beyond.

MacCallum , who is the founder of Inspired Companies, a purposeful business and brand strategy focused enterprise,  started her professional journey in Accounting, Finance and Consulting with KPMG in Australia and the USA. Previously, she has enjoyed a long career at NIKE Inc (2001-2014) and also co-founded a Tokyo-based multi-media and executive education company, Business Breakthrough, Inc. 

MacCallum currently serves as an ESG Advisory Board member of KAO Corporation Japan and is also an independent non-executive Director of Bond University Australia Limited and Seattle based employee experience company Limeade Limited. She will also be taking over her respective duties with Adani simultaneously. 

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Topics: Leadership, Leadership Assessments, Appointments

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