Karen Poniachik

Karen Poniachik

Karen Poniachik


Ms. Poniachik brings extensive knowledge and experience on variety of corporate governance topics, including ESG, how climate change should be addressed by boards, and ethics and compliance. She is currently the Director of Columbia University’s Global Centers, Santiago, an ESG Lecturer for Thomson Reuters Latam and a member of the Advisory Boards of Microsoft #Transforma Chile and Chilemujeres. Previously, Ms. Poniachik served as Chile’s Minister of Mining from 2006 to 2008, during which time she chaired the boards of directors of state-owned companies Codelco, Enap and Enami. She was Chile’s Special Envoy to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in charge of the country’s accession process to the organization completed in 2010. Currently she is a member of the board of directors of Chilean companies Jetsmart Airlines and Interchile ISA and is part of the advisory board of the Chilean-American Chamber of Commerce, AmCham Chile, where she served as chair of the Corporate Governance, Ethics & Compliance Committee for the last two years

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