Meet the new members of the Associations Executive Committee
ESOMAR has announced the validation of the nominations for the Associations Executive Committee (AEC) for the 2022-2024 period. Established by the ESOMAR Council, chaired by its President Kristin Luck, the AEC will be playing a leading role bringing together associations tasked with championing the insights and analytics ecosystem worldwide.
A record of 54 associations signed a Partnership Agreement with ESOMAR and 64 national associations have adopted the ICC/ESOMAR Code. It is the first time the AEC is appointed based on nominations from the associations themselves, with a representation from all continents. These associations have decided to boost their global collaboration capacity by participating in ESOMAR's first elected AEC. Associations have appointed senior leaders, ranging from their Presidents and Secretary Generals.
Overview of AEC members:
Dominique Servant, Chair
Marcos Aguiar, CEISMU, Uruguay
Siew Hoong Chan, MRSS, Singapore
Mitali Chowhan, MRSI. India
Alessandra Frisso, ASBPM, Brazil
Philippe Guilbert, Syntec Conseil, France
Otto Hellwig, DGOF, Germany
Hana Huntova. SIMAR, Czech Republic
Hiroyuki Ichinose, JMRA, Japan
Jonathan Karanja, MSRA, Kenya
Adrian Kohan, SAIMO, Argentina
Ilka Kuhagen, QRCA, USA + global
John Tabone, CRIC, Canada
The AEC has an ambitious agenda to lead efforts to collaborate globally and champion insights worldwide thereby growing market potential and capacity to defend insights on a global level.
The full list of representation from Associations around the globe can be found on https://esomar.org/country-overviews.
Claudio GennaroESOMAR Staff, Senior Advocacy Programmes Coordinator at ESOMAR
Claudio joined ESOMAR as Senior Advocacy Programmes Coordinator. In this capacity he is responsible for coordinating our data protection and privacy advocacy efforts as well as coordinating our compliance support services known as ESOMAR Plus.
Claudio is a certified information privacy professional (CIPP/E) with a background in law, international relations and technology. Prior to joining ESOMAR, he also worked as a data privacy analyst at Tesla and compliance officer in several marketing agencies.