Clermont-Ferrand, France – Groupe Michelin’s supervisory board has appointed Barabara Dalibard as the new chair to replace Michel Rollier who is retiring next year.
Rollier, chairman and member of the supervisory board since 2013 and former managing general partner of Michelin between 2005 and 2012, will not seek re-election as a board member when his term expires at the close of the ordinary shareholders meeting to be held in 2021, Michelin said in a 7 Dec.
Dalibard’s appointment as the chair will come into effect from the close of the 2021 ordinary shareholders meeting, the date of which was not disclosed.
Dalibard has been a member of Michelin’s supervisory board since 2008 and was formerly the independent chair of the group’s compensation and appointments committee.
She has been the chief executive officer of air transport IT and communications specialist SITA (Société Internationale de Télécom Aéronautiques) since 2016.
According to Michelin, Dalibard has spent the majority of her career at Orange, where she held a variety of senior management positions, notably as chair and chief executive officer of Orange Business Services.