Nils Morten Huseby, Chair of the Board
Huseby has served on the Board since 2017, as Chair since 2022.
Huseby is the CEO of Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), an independent research foundation and a leader in international energy research. Huseby holds a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim in 1991. He has over 30 years of broad international experience in the energy industry and technology-driven businesses, including over 20 years as a top executive. Prior to joining IFE in 2016, he was the CEO of Rainpower. Huseby has also served as the Director of the South America operations for SN Power (Statkraft Group), as well as held various positions in NOS ASA, McKinsey & Company, and Shell International.
Mari Thjømøe, Deputy Chair of the Board
Thjømøe is the Deputy Chair of the Board and head of the Audit Committee. She has served on the Board since 2017.
Thjømøe holds a degree in Business Economics from the BI Norwegian Business School, specialising in international economics and finance, and is a certified financial analyst from the Norwegian School of Economics. She has also completed senior executive programs at the London Business School and Harvard Business School. Thjømøe has a background in top management and board work in the energy sector, renewable industry, manufacturing, technology, and finance. She currently works with board assignments, consulting, and investment activities. She has experience from major publicly listed companies such as Norsk Hydro, Equinor (senior vice president), Norwegian Property (CFO and acting CEO), as well as KLP (CFO), and as a board member in Hafslund, Tryg Group, Sintef, Scatec, Oslo Stock Exchange and Petoro.
Vibecke Hverven, member of the Board
Hverven is member of the Board (since 2022) and a member of the Audit Committee.
She holds a M.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering with a focus on structural engineering and geotechnics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTH) in 1986. She has completed various leadership executive programs at Ashridge Business School, London Business School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Hverven has many years of experience as a leader in the energy sector, several renewable types of energy before serving as the CEO of Sweco in Norway. Previous she has also held the position of General Manager of a company in the real estate industry and a partner in a business consulting company. Hverven has many years of board experience from Norwegian Geotechnical Institute and Eidsiva Vannkraft, as well as board experience from other project management companies and property companies. In recent years, she has also been involved in start-up companies and funds.
Lars-Petter Nesvåg, member of the Board
Nesvåg has been a shareholder-elected Board member since 2021 and is a member of the Compensation Committee.
Nesvåg holds a Master's degree in Engineering from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) in 1995. He has been employed at Norconsult since 2000 and is currently the Head of the Railway and Tramway department at the headquarters. He has played a central role in building and developing the railway expertise at Norconsult over the past 15 years and actively participated in RIF Bane (the Association of Consulting Engineers Norway's railway committee) for many years.
Anni Ulfendahl, member of the Board
Ulfendahl has served on the Board a shareholder-elected member since 2022.
Ulfendahl holds a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Linköping University in 2012, specialising in Product Development and Innovation. She has spent her entire career in the energy sector, working for engineering consulting firms and holding leadership positions in Pöyry, AFRY, and Norconsult. Her area of experience is power grid and engineering of overhead transmission lines. At Norconsult, she leads the Swedish power transmission operations and has played a central role in building the business. In 2021 Ulfendahl was listed as one of the top ten most potential leaders under the age of 35 in Sweden in the category Energy & Engineering by Nova Talent (Nova 111 List).
Harald Trosvik, member of the Board
He has served as an employee-elected Board member of Norconsult since 2009 and has been a member of the Board's Compensation Committee and Audit Committee in various periods.
Trosvik holds a Master's degree in Engineering Physics from NTH (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) in 1983 and has been employed at Norconsult AS since 1993. Prior to that, he gained experience in industry and sales. Trosvik has extensive experience in design, consulting, and project management within electrical and automation engineering, with a particular focus on remote control. He also has international experience from an oil storage project in Saudi Arabia.
Trosvik has been the leader of the largest professional association in Norconsult, Tekna, since 2005.
Anne Jenny Bergseth, member of the Board
Bergseth joined the Board of Norconsult in 2023, as a representative elected by the employees.
Bergseth has a master's degree in Architecture from the Bergen School of Architecture and has additional education background in art history and photography. She has 16 years of experience as an architect. She has worked for 12 years at Norconsult and currently serves as a specialist in cultural heritage. Prior to joining Norconsult, she worked at a smaller architectural firm and in public administration, focusing on planning.
Helge Hesjedal Wiberg, member of the Board
Wiberg joined the Board of Norconsult in 2023 as an employee-elected representative. He is a member of the Compensation Committee.
Wiberg is educated as a fire safety engineer from Høgskulen Stord/Haugesund in 2006. He has approximately 17 years of experience as a consultant within fire safety engineering and assignment manager at Norconsult, and currently works as a specialist in the field. His experience ranges widely from industrial and infrastructure projects to simple garages and the development of fire safety organisations. Since 2008, he has been a member of the NITO union board at Norconsult and assumed the position of leader in 2016.