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2021 Judges

Adam Bushong

Global Commodity Manager


Adam Bushong is the Program Manager for Sustainable Packaging at Dell and is responsible for finding solutions to meet the Dell 2030 goal of 100% of packaging will be made from renewable or recycled materials.  Previous role as Global Commodity Manager for Packaging responsible for developing a global supply base.   Prior to Dell Adam was a Supplies and Logistics Officer in the U.S. Navy.


Bernard Lombard

Trade and Industrial Policy Director


Bernard Lombard is in charge of trade and industrial policy at CEPI, the Confederation of European Paper Industries, which regroups 500 companies and 900 mills across Europe, ranging from SMEs to multi-nationals with a €90 billion turnover and a global production share of 22%.

A French national with an economic background and a strong experience of public affairs at EU level, he is in daily contact with companies and EU institutions officials advocating on behalf of an industry sector striving for competitiveness, sustainability and jobs. He has an extensive network of contacts with the European Commission and Brussels-based organisations.

Trade, industrial policy and EU legislation impact assessment, competitiveness, business intelligence are among his files.

Bernard Lombard holds a Master in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Nanterre and a degree in Business cycles analysis from the University of Paris-Dauphine.


Clive Suckling

Independent Advisor

Weston Green Consulting

Clive Suckling is a professionally qualified senior executive with over 40 year’s international business experience. He had a long career at PwC, where he led their Global Forest, Paper & Packaging Industry Practice in his final role until retiring in 2012. Since then he has dedicated himself to three activities: (1) serving as an independent advisor on sustainable investment strategies in the forest sectors, (2) undertaking various Non-Executive and coaching type roles in the educational and entrepreneurship fields on a volunteer basis and (3) leisure. He lives in London.

Dan Klein



Dan Klein joins Fastmarkets RISI from Forrester Research and brings over 20 years of experience in the Intellectual Property & syndicated research market. He has built up extensive experience growing complex product portfolios, launching new products and leading and inspiring global teams and colleagues.

During his 15-year career at Forrester, Dan held roles in sales, product, strategy and consulting. Preceding his time at Forrester, Dan worked at a boutique market research and advisory firm and in the purchasing department for the State of Colorado.

Dan lives in Cambridge Massachusetts with his wife Leah and their kids Isabelle and Henry. Outside work and family, you can find Dan training hard for his next triathlon!

Greg Rudder

Managing Editor

Fastmarkets RISI PPI Pulp & Paper Week, News, Markets & Prices

Greg Rudder is lead editor for PPI Pulp & Paper Week and has been since early 2001. He has been with P&PW for almost 25 years, covering US and export recovered paper for 22 years, and during that period containerboard for eight years, uncoated freesheet for four years, and various other paper and board grades. A Pepperdine University graduate, he was a daily newspaper reporter for 12 years before joining PPI Pulp & Paper Week.

Heidi Brock

President & CEO

American Forest & Paper Association

Heidi Brock is the President and CEO of the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), serving as the chief advocate for the paper and wood products industry which accounts for approximately four percent of the U.S. manufacturing GDP, manufactures $300 billion in products annually and employs approximately 950,000 people.

Prior to joining AF&PA, Brock served as President and CEO of the Aluminum Association from 2011 to 2019. She also had an 18 career at Weyerhaeuser, working in various roles before eventually serving as Vice-President of Federal and International Affairs. Brock also served on the staffs of former U.S. Senators Dan Evans and Slade Gorton.

Brock received a bachelor’s degree in English literature and economics from the University of Puget Sound and a master’s degree in business administration from Georgetown University.

She is married to the Reverend Charles Brock and they have a son, Samuel.

Jan Bottiglieri

Editorial Director, Paper360°


Jan Bottiglieri has been writing about the pulp, paper, and allied industries since she joined the staff at PIMA in 1987 and has since enjoyed visited mills and manufacturing facilities around the world. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Illinois Champaign and a master’s degree in writing from Pacific University, Oregon.

Jan has held communications positions at both PIMA and TAPPI, including editorial roles with PIMA Magazine, American Papermaker, International Papermaker, Solutions!, and TAPPI Journal. In 2015 she was lead editor of TAPPI’s centennial publication Honoring a Century of Achievement. Jan now serves as editorial director for TAPPI’s Paper360° magazine and as the host of Paper360°’s “Better Together: Conversations with Innovative Leaders” podcast.

Luciana Pellegrino

Executive Director


Executive Director of the Brazilian Packaging Association - ABRE

Vice President of Marketing of the World Packaging Organization - WPO

Graduated in business administration with emphasis in foreign trade, and specialization in environmental sciences, both from Mackenzie Presbyterian University.

Since 2002 at the head of the Brazilian Packaging Association - ABRE, a major association business oriented that brings together companies from all links in the packaging production chain. With the support of her team, Luciana is responsible for leading the association initiatives’ in favor of the continuous improvement of Brazilian packaging, the competitiveness of the sector, its sustainable development, a closer connection with society’s demands and its approach to new business models.

Furthermore, Luciana is responsible for the interface of ABRE before the Government, partner entities, other links in the market, and contributing to a more open dialogue with society. Since 2009 Luciana also acts as Vice-President of the World Packaging Organization - WPO, contributing to the alignment of global objectives and vision of the future of packaging in our society.

Marina Faleiros

Managing Editor, Latin America, Market Pulp (Latin America), Recovered Paper (Brazil/Mexico) Containerboard (Brazil/Mexico)

Fastmarkets RISI & MB

With over 13 years of experience in the industry, Marina manages pricing data for the market pulp, recovered paper and containerboard markets, as well as reports trends and in-depth information about key moves by producers and buyers in Latin America.  Prior to joining RISI, Marina spent four years at the Brazilian Pulp and Paper Association (ABTCP), as well as worked at two major daily newspapers in Brazil, Folha de S. Paulo and O Estado de S. Paulo. She is the recipient of two journalism awards for reporting on the Brazilian economy and other three awards related to the pulp and paper sector. Marina is graduated in journalism by Faculdade Cásper Líbero and concluded in 2016 an MBA sponsored by the Brazilian stock exchange B3.

Mark Rushton

European and Asian Editor

Paper 360

Mark Rushton has been reporting and writing about the pulp, paper and bioproducts industries for the last 20 years. Initially working for Whitmar Publications, a UK magazine house specializing in printing, pulp and paper industries, in 2008 he was appointed to the position of editor of Pulp & Paper International (PPI) magazine, a Fastmarkets RISI publication. In addition to this role Mark also headed up Fastmarkets RISI events around the world.  

In 2016 PPI magazine was merged into Tappi’s Paper360 title, and Mark was appointed as Senior Editor, Europe & Asia, a post he still holds. Paper360 is now the leading title for pulp and paper makers around the world. He is also Editor of Tappi’s tissue magazine, Tissue360.

As well as these roles, Mark is also co-founder of the World BioEconomy Forum, a Finnish based thinktank with a focus on how the circular bioeconomy is instrumental in the alleviation of climate change.

Mark also acts as a consultant for some of the major suppliers to the forest products industries.

Mark lives in the south east of England with his family, including twins of 11, Tom and Emily and two dogs.

Mary Anne Hansan


The Paper & Packaging Board

Mary Anne is the President of the Paper and Packaging Board (P+PB). She recently led the successful renewal of the Paper and Packaging Board’s national marketing program and is overseeing its expanded focus on the industry’s unrivaled sustainability story with millions of consumers. New P+PB research suggests that paper is increasingly preferred over materials like plastic and that consumers want to make choices they believe are more planet-friendly and reduce waste. This emphasis on sustainability will improve consumers’ perceptions about the paper industry’s contribution to environmental solutions just as the Paper and Packaging – How Life Unfolds® campaign strengthened consumer perception about the value of paper for learning and preference for paper-based packaging. 

Prior to joining the Paper and Packaging Board over six years ago, Mary Anne worked in a wide range of industries promoting plastics, seafood and flowers and for both advertising and public relations firms throughout her career. Today she works with a staff of 10 and oversees all aspects of the campaign including research, strategy, messaging and campaign metrics for the 46 paper and packaging manufacturers and importers who fund the program. P+PB’s program is structured similarly to agricultural promotion efforts like the campaigns for beef, eggs and cotton that are familiar to many Americans.

Mary Anne is a paper and paper packaging enthusiast who loves to read magazines, catalogs and the newspaper. Further fueling her love of all things paper and packaging is the world of online shopping and the boxes that bring groceries, occasional take-out dinners and other life-essentials to this busy working mom’s door. 


Nicholas Mockett

Partner Packaging & Paper

Moorgate Capital

Nicholas Mockett is a corporate financier and has served the global packaging & paper industry exclusively for over twenty-five years. His experience includes leveraged buy-outs (LBOs/MBOs/MBIs), mergers, acquisitions and disposals, public company takeovers, and public to privates. He has worked on dozens of deals worth billions of Euros around the globe. Throughout the packaging sector, he has been active in across substrates including, cartons & corrugated, solid board & core board, paper & tissue and in consumer & industrial packaging ranging from pharmaceuticals & healthcare to food & beverage to bulk chemicals & agricultural. Nick is a Liveryman of the Company of Stationers & Newspaper Makers, Freeman of the Company of Horners, a member of the Editorial Board of Plastics in Packaging, is Judge of Packaging News Packaging Awards, serial judge of Pulp & Paper International Awards, and speaks at Packaging conferences around the globe.

Paul Jenkins

Managing Director


Paul Jenkins is Managing Director of ThePackHub, a leading packaging innovation consultancy helping brand owners, retailers and packaging suppliers deliver a range of packaging innovation services. ThePackHub are experts in understanding packaging trends and run a packaging innovation database with over 4,400 initiatives from around the world. ThePackHub also host packaging conferences, publish packaging reports and offer technical packaging support. Paul is an internationally-renowned packaging trends expert.


Teresa Presas

Non-Executive Board Member

The Navigator Company

Professional Career

2019       The Navigator Company

                Non-Executive Board Member


2018       World Bioeconomy Forum          

                Advisory Board Member


2016-2019 PWC - Women on Board Mentoring Program

                Mentor to Directors (Germany and Benelux)


2015       Magellan Consultancy European Affairs

                Senior Consultant


2016-2018 Paper Excellence

Advisor European Affairs             


2014-2016 Powerflute OY (paper packaging group listed on London Stock Exchange)

Non-Executive Board member. Chairman of Nomination Committee


2003-2014    CEPI (Confederation of European Paper Industries) (Brussels)

Director General


1999-2003 Tetra Pak (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Vice President European Affairs, Tetra Pak Europe;

Corporate Director Environmental Affairs, Tetra Pak International


1992-1999 Tetra Pak Europe, Middle East & Africa (Lausanne, Switzerland)

Director Communication, Environment, Marketing Services


1982-1992 Tetra Pak Portugal (Lisbon)

Director Communication and Marketing

1980-1982    Portuguese Film Institute,

External & International Relations.

1972 -1980   Media, marketing and advertisement

Various positions as journalist/reporter and as researcher in advertising

Ville Hentonnen

Senior Product Manager, Mill Intelligence

Fastmarkets RISI

Ville conducts manufacturing cost analyses, using a proven methodology to estimate the competitiveness of global pulp and paper mills in specific markets, such as European containerboard, cartonboard, packaging papers, graphic papers and tissue. Since joining RISI in 2005, he has worked on various cost analyses, risk of closure studies, conversion studies, market studies and single client projects. Ville has a MSc degree in Paper Technology from Helsinki University of Technology.