Sung Hwan Cho, ISO President - Republic of Korea
Sung Hwan Cho has been elected ISO President for a two-year term starting from 1 January 2024 and served as President-elect in 2023. Dr. Cho brings 30 years of experience from the automotive industry as top executive and research engineer. As the Advisor of Hyundai Mobis, he previously held the position of President and CEO for the company, which is the 6th largest auto parts supplier of the world.
Christoph Winterhalter, ISO Vice-President (policy) - Germany
Christoph Winterhalter has been reappointed ISO Vice-President (policy) for the 2024-2025 term, having served in the same role since 2022. In this position he leads, amongst other governance groups, the Council Standing Committee on Strategy and Policy. Before taking up this role in ISO, he served as ISO Council member from 2018 to 2021.
Javier García, ISO Vice-President (technical management) - Spain
Javier García has been appointed ISO Vice-President (technical management) for the 2023-2024 term. Prior to taking up this role in ISO, he served as Vice-President elect (technical management) in 2022.
Osvaldo Petroni, ISO Vice-President (finance) - Argentina
Osvaldo Petroni has been appointed ISO Vice-President (finance) for the 2023-2024 term. As Director-Standardization and International Relations, he is the executive head of all IRAM standardization activities since 2012 and, since 2015, also responsible for corporate international relations.
Jean-François de Saussure, ISO Treasurer - Switzerland
Jean-François de Saussure has been appointed as ISO Treasurer for the 2023-2024 term. He is a senior executive with more than 30 years of professional experience in international environments. He has held several management positions in Switzerland and abroad.
Sergio Mujica, ISO Secretary-General
Sergio Mujica started out as ISO Secretary-General in 2017. ISO is a leading international organization in standardization with a membership of about 165 national standards bodies. ISO standards support global trade, drive inclusive and equitable economic growth, advance innovation and promote health and safety to achieve a sustainable future. Under Sergio’s leadership, ISO approved a new Strategy 2030, which is fully aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, with a vision of “making lives easier, safer and better”.