Ragna Árnadóttir is deputy CEO of Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland. Landsvirkjun is owned by the Icelandic state and processes 75% of all electricity in Iceland. The company is the largest electricity generator in the country.
Her previous positions include serving as the Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs/ Minister of Justice and human rights from 2009-2010. She was the Director of legal affairs in the Ministry of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affair (2002-2008) and head of division in the legal office in the Ministry of Health and Social Security (2001-2002). Ragna held the position senior adviser for the Nordic Council´s Secretariat, Stockholm/Copenhagen (1995-1999) and worked as a legal expert for the Parliament of Iceland (1991-1995).
She holds a Master of European Affairs LL.M from the University of Lund in Sweden (2002) and completed her Cand.Jur law degree from the University of Iceland (1991).
As a former minister of justice and current deputy director of Landsvirkjun, Ragna is trusted to chair and facilitate sensitive high-level political and economic issues. A good storyteller with a unique background, Ragna’s personal perspective on Iceland’s turbulent years will bring great insight into how Iceland is building bridges.
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