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Career Paths: Bob Sanguinetti, UK Chamber of Shipping

In our special column, we are pleased to host an interview with Bob Sanguinetti, Chief Executive Officer, UK Chamber of Shipping who shares his experiences of working in the marine environment, while further highlights the need of shipping industry to significantly reduce carbon emissions harmful to the planet, within the next thirty years.

Career Paths: Sophia Bullard, UK P&I Club

In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Sophia Bullard, Crew Health Programme Director, UK P&I Club who discusses about her role in the mental health department and highlights the importance of gender equality inside the shipping industry. 

Career Paths: Ulf Siwe, STM Validation

In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Ulf Siwe, STM Communications Officer, Research and Innovation, who expresses his excitement on making a difference in the maritime industry through his expertise in the field of IT, noting that it is important to experience new paths and not be afraid of change.

Career Paths: Sofie Hebeltoft, DFDS

In our special column, we are pleased to host an interview with Mrs Sofie Hebeltoft, CSR Director, DFDS, who passionately discusses of her role in the CSR sector within the shipping industry. As she explains, working on CSR and sustainability has put a new dimension to her business life.

Career Paths: Dr. William Moore, The American P&I Club

In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Dr. William H. Moore, Senior Vice President, The American P&I Club who notes that there is need for a greater understanding of where shipping stands with regards to commercial and environmental sustainability, highlighting also that solutions for long term sustainability within the maritime industry are vital. 

Career Paths: Catherine Spencer, Seafarers UK

In our column this time, we are excited to host an interview with Catherine Spencer, Chief Executive Officer, Seafarers UK who suggests to look into any problematic situation with a different mindset and certainly stop any assumptions. With regards to her recent role as the CEO of Seafarers UK, Payroll Giving is top of her agenda, she states, encouraging other maritime organizations to collaborate and assist in ensuring excellence for all people onboard.

Career Paths: Dimitris Maniatis, Diaplous

In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Mr Dimitris Maniatis, Chief Commercial Officer, Diaplous, who discusses the importance of protecting human life at sea and the everyday struggle on ensuring the utmost seafarer safety.

Career Paths: Isabelle Ryckbost, ESPO

In our column this time, we are excited to host an interview with Isabelle Ryckbost, Secretary General, ESPO, who says that her father’s advice “do well and never look back” is the one that leads her through life and career, while also highlights her admiration towards the European port managing bodies that are able to fine a balance between commercial and public interests.

Career Paths: Andreas Slotte, Port of Helsinki

In our special column, we are excited to host an interview with Andreas Slotte, Head of Sustainable Development at Port of Helsinki, who talks about his dream on working in the maritime industry, an advice coming from his father. Mr Slotte highlights that people should never stop being curious, advising that they should keep on learning through the years.

Career Paths: Dana Jongens, Inmarsat

In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Dana Jongens, Business Development Manager Maritime at Inmarsat, who says that although shipping is not the most progressive sector, there’s still room for improvement. Ms Jongens shares hes inspiration to change the industry’s reputation and make it more appealing.

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