Nikola promotes new board of directors member

Nikola promotes new board of directors member

Nikola announced the appointment of Carla Tully as the board's newest member.

Zero-emissions and energy infrastructure solutions company Nikola Corp., via its hydrogen energy brand HYLA, has appointed energy and infrastructure expert Carla Tully to its board of directors. Nikola says for more than two decades, Tully has built a successful track record leading and scaling energy organizations across Fortune 150, private equity, startup, and government entities. Tully serves as the vice chair of Earthrise Energy’s board of directors, a board director for Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions Forum and as an advisor to several energy transition startups.

“As Nikola scales its energy infrastructure business, especially in the hydrogen ecosystem, the addition of Carla to Nikola’s board of directors will greatly benefit our company, employees and shareholders,” said Steve Shindler, chairman of Nikola’s board of directors. “Carla’s diverse business expertise, spanning from launching startups to overseeing sizeable organizations, navigating a spectrum of energy industry challenges to mastering capital structure and M&A, and excelling in business development, CSR and sustainability, uniquely positions her to support the board as the company grows in 2024.”

“I am a firm believer that now is the time to focus our creativity and capital on decarbonizing hard-to-abate sectors,” said Tully. “Nikola is a mission-oriented company that is at the forefront of zero-emission transportation. I’ve dedicated my career to similar missions, and I am delighted to join Nikola’s board of directors and support Nikola in 2024 and beyond.”

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