As new head of sustainability for Ramboll Water from 1 July 2023, experienced water professional Trine Stausgaard Munk will help clients and colleagues take sustainability to the next level.
Trine Stausgaard Munk is joining Ramboll’s global water division, Ramboll Water, as head of sustainability and will support cities, utilities, industries and other parts of the water sector in shaping a sustainable future.
Munk is a highly skilled and experienced water professional who has been with Ramboll and Henning Larsen Architects since 2013 focusing on resiliency, sustainability and urbanism. As new head of sustainability in Ramboll Water, Munk will support clients and colleagues with relevant insight, knowledge and experience from the wide area of sustainability in water. She will also lead Ramboll Water’s internal sustainability taskforce which consists of sustainability experts from seven countries.
Esther Bosman, managing director of Ramboll Water, said: “Trine is a skilled and dedicated water professional with a heart beating for sustainable development and climate justice. With her great energy and solid experience, I am convinced that she can support and inspire clients and colleagues to take sustainability to the next level.”
Trine Stausgaard Munk, new head of sustainability at Ramboll Water, said: “I am happy and proud to get this opportunity and I look very much forward to engaging and empowering colleagues to become sustainability champions enabling clients and partners to make a real difference in the world.”
Munk already has a many impressive achievements in her career, all directly or indirectly related to sustainability. In 2014 she constituted the Young Water Professionals Denmark, in 2017 she became team leader for Ramboll’s liveable cities lab in Boston and in 2019 she was appointed head of resilience in water infrastructure and climate adaptation. She has also been heavily involved in the activities of the International Water Association over a number of years and was a member of the programme committees for the World Water Congresses in Tokyo 2018 and Copenhagen 2021and 2022.