Nadja Lang
Since 2014 Member of the Board of Directors of Swiss Post I Since 2020 Member of the Board of Directors of PAX Life Insurance I Since 2021 CEO and Delegate on the Board of ZFV-Unternehmungen


Since 2014, Nadja Lang has been a member of the Board of Directors of Swiss Post AG, where she is also Chairwoman of the Organization, Nomination and Remuneration Committee. Since 2017, Nadja Lang has been a member of the Board of Directors of the ZFV-Unternehmungen cooperative, and in 2019 she became Chairman of the Board. In the midst of the Corona crisis in 2021, she additionally took over the CEO position and since this year has held her position as Delegate on the Board of Directors. She is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kimi Kinderkrippen AG and Tacadis AG, subsidiaries of the ZFV companies. In 2020, she was elected to the Board of Directors of PAX Lebensversicherungen, where she chairs the Nomination and Compensation Committee. She held further board mandates at Metron (2013-2021) and Energie 360° AG (2015-2021). Nadja Lang is involved in various committees, including on the topic of sustainability.

Nadja Lang's professional career began in 1999 at "The Coca-Cola Company", where she held various management positions in brand management and in the innovation department. She then joined General Mills Europe in London and Nyon as European Marketing Manager responsible for brand and innovation strategies. From 2005-2011 she was Commercial Director and Deputy General Manager at Fairtrade Max Havelaar, and from 2012-2017 CEO, where she was responsible for the highly successful growth strategy together with her team. During her time at Max Havelaar, she chaired the Global Account Management Steering Committee and was a member of the Finance Committee of Fairtrade International. Her extensive experience in business transformation, sustainability, crisis and stakeholder management are central to her operational and strategic activities.

Setting clear strategic themes and shaping and developing a corporate culture based on entrepreneurship, personal responsibility and trust are of great concern to her. She sees the board of directors as a "critical friend" of the company and its operational management; only together can we be successful in today's increasingly challenging environment.