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BlockchainIOTA Foundation Reveals New Leadership Appointments

IOTA Foundation Reveals New Leadership Appointments

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The IOTA Foundation has recently made significant changes to its leadership lineup, signaling a fresh chapter for the organization. Dr. Navin Ramachandran has now joined the Supervisory Board, while Dr. Anja Raden, Jan Misselwitz, and Luca Moser have taken up positions on the Board of Directors. In addition, Dr. Christoph Strnadl has been appointed to lead the new Technology Adoption department.

Dr. Navin Ramachandran, a longstanding member of the IOTA Foundation since 2016, has moved from the Board of Directors to the Supervisory Board. With a background in medicine and healthcare research, he previously provided guidance to the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain. According to the firm’s report, he will now collaborate with Professor Serguei Popov and Clinton Walker to oversee and steer the Foundation.

The current Board of Directors is now made up of Dr. Anja Raden (Legal and Regulatory Affairs), Jan Misselwitz (Finance & People), and Luca Moser (Research & Development), under the chairmanship of IOTA Co-Founder Dominik Schiener.

Bringing in more than three decades of IT consulting and management expertise, Dr. Christoph Strnadl has joined the IOTA Foundation as the Director of Technology Adoption. His role is pivotal in propelling technology initiatives in B2B and corporate sectors, including projects like digital product passports and supply-chain automation.

The establishment of the Technology Adoption Department marks a significant milestone for the IOTA Foundation. This new department, spearheaded by Dr. Strnadl, aims to boost the adoption of IOTA technology in practical applications, complementing other departments such as Ecosystem, Finance & People, Research & Development, Legal and Regulatory Affairs, and Communications.

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