Net Impact Amsterdam welcomes Kristina Stonjeková as Vice President
We are delighted to inform you that Kristina Stonjeková has been appointed to serve as Vice President of Net Impact Amsterdam effective immediately.
Kristina works as an Advisor Responsible Investment at MN, the third largest pension fund asset manager in the Netherlands with over EUR 130 billion assets under management. She is responsible for the design and implementation of long-term engagement programs dealing with MN’s investee companies’ human rights compliance and labor relations. As part of this work, Kristina has contributed to the development of the Platform Living Wage Financials, an investor coalition comprised of over EUR 2 trillion AUM that works with companies in labor-intensive sectors to address living wage in their global supply chains and to support sector-wide progress.
In addition to her work on living wage, Kristina also engages with MN’s investee companies from the consumer staples and consumer discretionary sectors on issues related to human capital management and socially responsible sourcing, as well as emerging topics such as the future of work and automation/digitalization. Prior to joining MN, Kristina entered the field of sustainable investment as part of the Active Ownership team of Robeco.
Kristina holds a Master degree in European Law (LL.M) from Leiden Law School and she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Leiden University College The Hague with a major in International Justice (BA). Most recently, she has been awarded the CFA Investment Foundations certificate.
“We are excited to welcome Kristina as Vice President of Net Impact Amsterdam. She brings extensive experience and contacts in the financial markets, and her deep understanding of the risks and opportunities related to environmental, social and governance issues will be invaluable as we take Net Impact forward in the European market,” said Andrea Palmer, Founder and President of Net Impact Amsterdam.
“Kristina’s enthusiasm for sustainability and global perspective will make her an ideal leader for Net Impact Amsterdam. With her deep understanding of sustainability in large corporations, she will be a great ally for companies seeking to improve their sustainability profiles,” noted Marieke Houwers, Co-Founder of Net Impact Amsterdam.
Kristina’s personal mission is to leverage the power of finance to incentivize and support companies to transition toward a more sustainable, inclusive future. Feel welcome to connect with her on <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristinastonjekova/">LinkedIn</a>.
<strong>About Net Impact Amsterdam</strong>
Net Impact Amsterdam is the local professional chapter of the global sustainability platform, Net Impact. As a diverse professional organisation, Net Impact Amsterdam is comprised of members that seek to use their professional skills to drive positive environmental and social change, and to influence others to do the same. The volunteer-led chapter facilitates events and programmes that support members to use business as a force for environmental and social impact.
<a href="https://www.netimpact.org/chapters/amsterdam-professional">Net Impact Amsterdam – Professional Chapter</a>