Laurence Mulliez-Hurel, ’92
With more than 20 years of experience, Mulliez-Hurel has been a business leader and CEO in a wide range of different business sectors including banking, consumer products, energy, chemicals, and industrials. She has lived in four different countries and led businesses in more than 30 countries.
Mulliez-Hurel is currently chairman of Voltalia, a €500 million market capitalization producer of renewable-based power quoted on Euronext in Paris, and a nonexecutive director and chair of the audit committee at Aperam Stainless Steel, a $5 billion revenue spin-off from Arcelor Mittal, quoted in Luxembourg, Paris, and Amsterdam. She is also a nonexecutive director at SBM Offshore, a $3 billion revenue world leader in floating production and mooring systems for the oil and gas industry, and a nonexecutive director at Morgan Advanced Materials, a £1 billion revenue global engineering company applying world-class materials science to a range of products and applications.
From 2007 to 2010, Mulliez-Hurel was CEO of Castrol Industrial Lubricants and Services Worldwide, a $1.5 billion revenue business with nine plants and 2,000 employees in 37 countries. From 2010 to 2013, she was the CEO of Eoxis, a start-up producing power from wind parks and solar farms that has developed, built, operated, and financed a total of 65 megawatts in Spain, Italy, and India.
Mulliez-Hurel has a degree in finance from Sup de Co Rouen-France and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.