Gaëlle Hotellier - Chief Operating Officer
Gaëlle Hotellier joined the Executive Board of the KROHNE Group in January 2023 in the role of Chief Operating Officer, responsible for Operations, IT and Export Control.
Gaëlle Hotellier joined KROHNE in January 2022 as Executive Vice President Operations. She previously held various management positions within the Siemens Group since 2002. Before joining Siemens, she started her career in the U.S., and then took on various management positions in Germany in the software, energy and telecommunications sectors.
She graduated in organization and production management from the Annecy Institute of Technology (IUT) in her native France, and subsequently earned her Master of Business Administration from Texas Tech University in Lubbock (USA).
Gaëlle Hotellier is currently a Non-Executive Director and member of the Board of Directors of Dialight plc in London, and an active member of the Generation CEO network and mentor.
Ingo Wald - Chief Financial Officer
Ingo Wald is Chief Financial Officer of the KROHNE Group and has been a member of the Executive Board since 2019 with responsibility for Finance and Human Resources.
He has been Managing Director of KROHNE Messtechnik GmbH, Duisburg, since 2006. Since 2014, he has been Chairman of the Board of the Anna Krohne Family Foundation, which was established by the owner family.
Ingo Wald began his career in 1974 with an apprenticeship as an industrial clerk at KROHNE. After holding various positions in controlling and finance and completing a degree in business administration, he assumed the role of Chief Financial Officer for the KROHNE Group in 1998.
In addition to his work at KROHNE, Ingo Wald is chairman of the examination board for industrial clerks in mechanical and equipment engineering at the Lower Rhine Chamber of Industry and Commerce and chairman of the board of directors of MSV Duisburg 02 e.V.
Advisory Board KROHNE Group
The KROHNE Group Advisory Board oversees the Executive Board.
Michael Rademacher-Dubbick (Chairman of the Board )
Dr Norbert Kuschnerus
Prof Thomas Musch (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Rolf Wetzel (Heraeus)