NNHF Council Presidency changes
Jesper Brandgaard decides to resign from the Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation (NNHF) Council presidency. Ludovic Helfgott is appointed new NNHF Council President. Dr Stephanie Seremetis is elected Vice President.
Jesper Brandgaard has announced to the Novo Nordisk Haemophilia Foundation Council that, after three years of service, he has decided to step down as NNHF Council President, with immediate effect.
“During the past three years, while serving first as a member of the NNHF Council and then as Council President, I have seen amazing progress and I am truly proud of the achievements we have made together with our partners. I am convinced that the upcoming years will be exciting and likely to bring further improvements in care for people with haemophilia in developing countries,” stated Jesper Brandgaard.
The NNHF Council and Management team are grateful to Jesper Brandgaard for his guidance and contributions, especially in leading the transformation of NNHF into an even more global and agile organisation, expanding its support to people with bleeding disorders.
Ludovic Helfgott, who joined the NNHF Council in May 2019 as Vice President, has been appointed new NNHF Council President. Dr Stephanie Seremetis has been elected Vice President, after 5 years of serving in the NNHF Council.
“I am profoundly honoured to undertake this journey with the talented NNHF Council and with Stephanie Seremetis as Vice President,” shared Ludovic Helfgott upon being appointed, adding “I have been tremendously impressed by the commitment and engagement of our partners, and witnessing the impact of our projects on so many people with bleeding disorders motivates me, us, to do more.”
The NNHF Council and Management team look forward to continuing “Impacting care. Together”.