Cecilie Hultmann joined DNV GL in 2010, and currently holds the position of Group Sustainability Risk Manager. She is responsible for developing and implementing several the Group activities on sustainability, and is contact point for the company’s engagement with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and the UN Global Compact in addition to other strategic partnerships. She is Project Director of the newly released ‘IMPACT: Transforming business, changing the world’ (June 2015) where the impact of the UN Global Compact since its launch in 2000 is assessed, and lead-author of the Safe and Sustainable Future report. Before her current position, she worked as a consultant supporting companies and investors in developing, implementing and reporting on corporate responsibility and responsible investment strategies. Before joining DNV GL, she spent seven years working for the United Nations, amongst others for the World Food Program and the United Nations Development Program. The last four years was spent working for the United Nations Global Compact Office in New York, where amongst others she was responsible for developing and managing the work stream on sustainable supply chain supporting companies and investors in developing, implementing and reporting on corporate responsibility and responsible investment strategies. She also managed the partnerships for development project, and was part of the communications team. At the Global Compact office, Cecilie authored several best practice reports on corporate sustainability and participated in the development of several tools and guidelines to support companies with the implementation of sustainability strategies. Cecilie holds a MsC in international development studies and public administration from Roskilde University, and a BA in communications from the University of London.