PRINCIPAL BOARD MEMBER Name of organisation: World Resources Institute (WRI) Membership number: 6-0020-12-000-00 Name of nominee: Anne Rosenbarger Position in the organisation: Global Engagement Manager for Commodities and Finance

Summary of Nominee Profile

Anne Rosenbarger is the Global Engagement Manager for Commodities and Finance at the World Resources Institute. Anne has been based with WRI in Indonesia since 2010, working on forest risk agricultural supply chains. She has a deep understanding of the regional context in Southeast Asia and the palm oil industry. In her current role, Anne convenes a broad range of stakeholders to identify, align around, and implement scalable technology solutions for addressing commodity-driven land use change.

Anne is currently the Co-chair of the RSPO Board of Governors. She has served as Co-Chair for more than four years, as a member of the Board for more than seven years, and on various RSPO working groups, task forces, and standing committees for twelve years. During this time, she has helped to set up RSPO's current governance structure, contributed to the development of the Theory of Change, has actively participated in the review of our Principles and Criteria and countless protocol and guidance documents, and has represented the RSPO at events across the world.

Prior to joining WRI, Anne conducted research on a range of topics related to tropical ecology and community based forestry management. She received her Master's degree from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.

Summary of Organisation Profile

WRI is a trusted partner for change. Using research-based approaches, we work globally and in focus countries to meet people’s essential needs; to protect and restore nature; and to stabilize the climate and build more resilient communities. WRI aims to fundamentally transform the way the world produces food, uses energy and designs its cities to create a better future for all. WRI works across several topics affecting people, nature and the climate: cities, climate, energy, food, forests, freshwater, ocean.

WRI has nearly 1,800 staff located around the world. In addition to global initiatives and a coordinated regional presence in Africa and Europe, we prioritize work in 12 focus countries: Brazil, China, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda and the United States.

ALTERNATE BOARD MEMBER Name of organisation: Zoological Society of London Membership number: 6-0009-11-000-00 Name of nominee: Eleanor Spencer Position in the organisation: Sustainable Business Specialist (Asia), Sustainable Business and Finance Programme

Summary of Nominee Profile

Eleanor manages the palm oil workstream within the Sustainable Business and Finance Programme at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), an international conservation charity driven by science, working to create a world where wildlife thrives. Her role includes management of the team's technical projects in Southeast Asia and oversight of ZSL’s engagement with the palm oil industry, to support improved company policy-setting and disclosure on key environmental and social sustainability issues in upstream operations.

Eleanor joined ZSL in 2015, focusing previously on engagement with the financial sector on sustainability in forest-risk commodity production, in particular across palm oil, timber and pulp, and natural rubber supply chains. She has experience in supply chain sustainability across various other soft commodity sectors, including soy, cattle and seaweed. Her academic background is in ecology and conservation, with an MSc in Biodiversity Conservation and Management from the University of Oxford.

Summary of Organisation Profile

Founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) is an international conservation charity, driven by science, working to restore wildlife in the UK and around the world; by protecting critical species, restoring ecosystems, helping people and wildlife live together and inspiring support for nature.

ZSL’s Sustainable Business & Finance programme works with commercial organisations, communities, NGOs and governments to address major global challenges to forest and biodiversity loss. We work with all actors in commodity supply chains – from producers to buyers and investors – to achieve supply chain transparency and sustainability, supporting practices which protect & enhance biodiversity.