Founder and majority shareholder, Per Lillebø is Chair of the Board in Cambi ASA. Mr. Lillebø holds a master's degree from the Norwegian Business School (NHH) in Bergen, Norway. He started his career in Norsk Hydro in 1980 and, just a few years later, co-established a profitable business within oil trading, distribution, and marketing. In the following years, he successfully managed and developed several companies within the same industry.
In 1992, Mr. Lillebø and his partners acquired Cambi, a small research and development company focused on utilising steam explosion technology. This ultimately became the company's core competence as Cambi developed world-leading technologies within the wastewater sludge treatment industry.
Mr. Lillebø has been instrumental in developing Cambi into a top-tier company within the international wastewater industry and has developed a broad international network over the years.
Andreas Mørk is a Norwegian citizen and a member of the Board of Directors in Cambi, a position he has held since 2022. Mr. Mørk is the Investment Director of AWC AS, a Norwegian investment company owned by the Wilhelmsen family. Before this, he was, inter alia, a management consultant at McKinsey & Company and a partner at private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg.
Mr. Mørk holds an MSc in Finance from The Norwegian School of Economics (Norges Handelshøyskole).
Vibecke Hverven, newly elected to Cambi's Board of Directors, has experience in project work, top management and board positions in various business areas, including the renewable energy sector. Ms Hverven was CEO of Sweco Norway from 2005 to 2012. She also led DNV's upscaling within renewable energy in Scandinavia before she became general manager of OBOS Project.
Today, Ms Hverven is a partner in the business consulting company Considium Consulting Group with board positions as her main activity. She has many years of board experience from NGI, Eidsiva Vannkraft and various project management and real estate companies. In recent years, she has also been involved in innovation through positions in start-up companies.
Birgitte Lillebø Sandvold is a Norwegian citizen. She holds a graduate degree in Business with a major in Marketing (MSc) from BI Norwegian Business School. Mrs. Lillebø Sandvold has 8 years of experience within international marketing and broad expertise within the retail trade from international companies and organizations, such as L'Oréal.
Being in charge of large protfolios of world leading brands has given her solid experience within brand and category development, media and launch strategies, trade marketing strategies, and sales and promotion activites. She is currently a Brand Category Manager in Scandinavian Cosmetics Group, the Nordic region's leading distributor of cosmetics.
Mrs. Lillebø Sandvold is a member of Cambi's Board of Directors since 2015, representing the majority shareholder.
Ragnhild Lund-Johansen is a Norwegian citizen and a member of Cambi’s board of Directors, elected by the employees. Ms Lund-Johansen is a part of the operations department in Cambi, working as process engineer.
She holds an MSc in Chemical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim. Ms Lund-Johansen started her career as a process engineer in Beijing, China where she worked for an Australian Water technology company (CleanTeQ Water). In CleanTeQ, she gained on-site experience from multiple countries and worked with people from different cultures and backgrounds. After 3 years in Beijing, Ms Lund-Johansen returned to Norway and started working for Cambi in 2020.
Cindy Wallis-Lage is an American citizen and former president of Black & Veatch’s global water business. She has over 35 years of experience in the water industry, having held various leadership positions at Black & Veatch.
As a leading expert in the water industry, Wallis-Lage has advised public and private entities all over the world to successfully develop, enhance and manage their water and wastewater infrastructure, including in the United States, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. She has authored and co-authored numerous technical papers and textbook chapters.
Mrs Wallis-Lage is a recognised thought leader in the water industry and sought-after moderator, facilitator and speaker, frequently presenting at industry events on wastewater and bioresources, among other topics. She is committed to advancing the water profession and has served as a board member in various organisations, including the Water Research Foundation, the US Water Alliance and the WateReuse Association. She was inducted into the National Association of Engineers in 2021 for her contributions to the water industry.
Cindy Wallis-Lage became a member of Cambi’s newly appointed advisory board in May 2023
Glen Thomas Daigger is an American citizen and previous director on Cambi’s board. Dr Daigger is a Professor of Engineering Practice at the University of Michigan and President of One Water Solutions, a water engineering and innovation firm. He served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for CH2M Hill (now Jacobs), where he was employed for 35 years. From 2010 to 2014, he was President of the International Water Association (IWA).
He has authored or co-authored more than 200 technical papers, five books, and several technical manuals, so he contributes to advanced practice within the water profession. He has advised many cities, including New York, Singapore, Hong Kong, Istanbul and Beijing.
Dr Daigger is currently a Distinguished Fellow of IWA and a Fellow of the Water Environment Federation.
Glen Thomas Daigger joined Cambi’s newly appointed advisory board in May 2023.
Jean-Michel Herrewyn is a French citizen and a Senior Advisor at SystemiQ, a company working with sustainability projects and acting as a project incubator or accelerator. With over 25 years of experience in the water industry, Mr Herrewyn has held various management positions with the Veolia Group, including CEO of the Veolia Water Division and CEO of Veolia Water Technologies.
As a leading expert in the water industry, Jean-Michel Herrewyn has advised public and private customers, operators, tech companies and infrastructure funds on investment opportunities in the water-related sectors. He has been involved in various activities related to water engineering and EPC activities, as well as water and wastewater operations, sludge handling, and sewage maintenance.
Jean-Michel Herrewyn joined Cambi’s newly appointed advisory board in May 2023.