Camilla was born in Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire, and is a proud fourth generation Swede. With a BA in International Business Management, and an MA in Broadcast Journalism, Camilla worked in Paris, London, and New York. Returning to Lincolnshire and the Shipping sector in 2008.
Camilla was appointed Chairman of Carlbom Shipping Ltd, the family ships agency in Immingham. Following family tradition, she became Hon. Consul for Sweden, Hon. Consul for Finland, Chairman of the Humber Chapter of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce, and Council Member of the Swedish Chamber in London; actively promoting business and cultural connections across the North Sea, and within business in our region.
Camilla is a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Lincolnshire, and is equally passionate about Lincoln Cathedral, the English Speaking Union, International Bomber Command Centre, the Danish Church in Hull: as well as her roles with the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce, as a Director of Team Humber Marine Alliance; and became the first woman elected onto the Federation Council of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers in London.
David is the business editor covering the Humber region for Reach Plc, publisher of Business-Live.co.uk, the Hull Daily Mail, the Grimsby Telegraph and Scunthorpe Telegraph.
He has been reporting on the Energy Estuary’s emergence and transformation for the past 15 years, first in offshore wind and now in the wider industrial settings as fuel switching and emission abating comes to the fore.
From Cleethorpes, where he still lives with a young family, pen and pad are occasionally swapped for cricket bat or kayak paddle.
Kerry trained as an Electrician at an Engineering company based in Immingham and qualified in 1985. He also has Project Management and HSE Qualifications.
Before joining RWE he spent 13 years with Kimberly Clark in a manufacturing environment. He then joined Siemens Wind power as the Site Manager for Lynn and Inner Dowsing which at that time was the worlds largest Offshore Windfarm. After spending 10 years in various roles within Siemens and with a final role being Head of Offshore New Site Setup. From there he joined SPR/Iberdrola and spent 2 years supporting the Wikinger Offshore Windfarm located in the Baltic sea during its handover, ramp-up and operations phases. He joined Innogy in 2019 as the O&M Manager for the Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm and since then have built the team and developed the operational strategy for the site.