ArbitralWomen celebrates the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA)’s recent election of a new Board which has achieved gender parity for the first time in its history. The ASA Board’s new Vice President, Andrea Meier, is a woman and ArbitralWomen members Noradèle Radjai and Dorothée Schramm have been elected to the Executive Committee of the ASA Board.
ArbitralWomen congratulates the several other ArbitralWomen members elected to the new ASA Board, including Catherine Amirfar, Carine Dupeyron, Anya George, Nadja Jaisil Kull, Melissa Magliana, Anna Masser, and Gabrielle Nater-Bass, ArbitralWomen also congratulates the other female ASA Board members: Diana Akikol, Andrea Menaker, Yoshimi Ohara, Mélanie Van Leeuwen, and Nathalie Voser.
“We are delighted to see these ArbitralWomen members serving in ASA leadership positions. They are highly talented and respected international dispute resolution professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to their respective roles,” commented ArbitralWomen President Louise Woods.
Submitted by ArbitralWomen News Director Cherine Foty