Board of Directors

The Board of Directors at Veitur are Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir chairman, Ásta Sigríður Fjeldsted, Bjarni Freyr Bjarnason, Guðni Axelsson and Sólrún Kristjánsdóttir vice chairman. Alternates are Bára Jónsdóttir and Reynir Guðjónsson.

Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir

Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir

Guðrún Erla Jónsdóttir, chairman

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Ásta Sigríður Fjeldsted

Ásta Sigríður Fjeldsted

Bjarni Freyr Bjarnason

Bjarni Freyr Bjarnason

Bjarni Freyr Bjarnason

Guðni Axelsson

Guðni Axelsson

Guðni Axelsson is an expert in reservoir engineering of geothermal systems and Director of training and research at Iceland GeoSurvey (ÍSOR). He holds a PhD in geophysics from Oregon State University from 1985. Since then Guðni has been involved in reservoir engineering studies in Iceland and around the world, focusing on modelling, monitoring, management of long-term utilization and sustainability. Guðni has taught at the UNU Geothermal Training Programme in Reykjavik for a long time. He is also an adjunct professor at the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences of the University of Iceland as well as teaching at Reykjavík University.

Sólrún Kristjánsdóttir

Sólrún Kristjánsdóttir

Sólrún Kristjánsdóttir, head of HR at OR, completed a BA in Education from the University of Iceland in 1998 and a Master's degree in Strategic Management from the same university in 2004. She joined OR’s Human resources in 2004, managed staff development since 2006 and since 2012 has been the head of HR. Before joining OR, Sólrún was teaching and worked as a consultant at Stuðlar, a treatment home for teenagers.

Bára Jónsdóttir

Bára Jónsdóttir

Bára Jónsdóttir

Reynir Guðjónsson

Reynir Guðjónsson

Reynir Guðjónsson is the Safety Manager at OR. He has extensive experience in that field. He worked as a Fire Fighter and EMT for the Reykjavik Municipal Fire Department for nine years, was a Safety Officer at Rio Tinto-Alcan for eight years and as the Quality Manager there for two years. He also worked as Safety Officer at VÍS for two years.