Transparency International appoints new Interim Managing Director
The Board of Directors of Transparency International is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Eriksson as Interim Managing Director.
Previously the Head of Technology at Transparency International’s Secretariat in Berlin, Daniel brings with him a wealth of leadership experience in both the private and not-for-profit sectors, developing and implementing strategy for multi-country teams in a variety of sectors.
Daniel is a passionate advocate for the work of Transparency International and the role technology can have as a tool in our global efforts to prevent and end corruption. He takes over as Managing Director during a critical period, guiding our response to the COVID-19 crisis and preparing to launch our new strategic plan at the end of 2020, positioning the organization to be at the forefront of tackling anti-corruption challenges over the next decade.
‘I am delighted to take on the role of Interim Managing Director. These are challenging times for the anti-corruption movement, but I look forward to working with the team in Berlin, the Board of Directors, our national chapters, as well as our donors and supporters, to overcome these challenges. During this unprecedented time of crisis we must work together as never before to ensure that corruption does not put lives at risk, or undermine economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic," said Daniel Eriksson, Interim Managing Director of Transparency International.
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