Crystielle Farrugia Cortis was appointed Director at Central Business Centres plc (CBC) during the company’s latest Annual General Meeting.
The AGM, held earlier this month, saw CBC re-appoint all of its previous Directors, with Ms Farrugia Cortis being the only new Director.
CBC’s Board of Directors is, therefore, currently made up of the following: Chairman Joseph Cortis, Petramay Attard Cortis, Adriana Cutajar, Joseph M. Formosa, Alfred Sladden, and Crystielle Farrugia Cortis.
A third-generation family member of the Cortis Group of Companies, Ms Farrugia Cortis has been an active Member of the group’s Youth Family Council since its foundation in 2007.
In this capacity, Ms Farrugia Cortis contributed towards policy making, succession planning, corporate social responsibility, marketing, environmental, social, and governance aspects related to the Cortis Group.
In the past, the newly appointed Director was involved in the sales department of various business sectors belonging to the Cortis Group, such as Precision Optical, Alcor, and Cortis Timber.
She is currently employed in the public service at the MEYR as a special education teacher and was a school council Board Member for a number of years.
Since 2013, Ms Farrugia Cortis has been responsible for the coordination of local and international environmental programmes within Resource Centres, at secondary and post-secondary level, where she guides organisations and individuals in taking initiatives to address eco problems, improve sustainability, and participate in events and achieve awards related to Global Sustainable Development Goals.
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