Spouse of the President of the Republic of Finland, Suzanne Innes-Stubb, to take on new responsibilities

Office of the President of the Republic of Finland
Press release 17/2024
25 March 2024

Suzanne Innes-Stubb has resigned from her position at KONE Corporation and will be joining Aalto University.

Suzanne Innes-Stubb, spouse of the President of the Republic of Finland, has resigned on 20 March 2024 from her position at KONE, where she has led the Global Compliance team as Vice President. The team is responsible for KONE’s Code of Conduct, human rights issues, sanctions, preventing corruption and fraud, and working against harassment and discrimination. Innes-Stubb will continue to work for KONE until 14 June.

Suzanne Innes-Stubb has been appointed as Executive in Residence for business law at Aalto University. She will, for example, teach optional courses in business law at Master’s level. Innes-Stubb’s three-year part-time contract will begin on 1 September 2024.

“I have enjoyed working at KONE and I am grateful for the opportunities my employer offered me to change my job description after my spouse was elected President of the Republic of Finland. However, after careful consideration, I believe that my new role will give me a better opportunity to serve Finland as the President’s spouse. At the same time, I can continue to pursue a career in law”, says Innes-Stubb.

“It’s great to be at a stage in my career where I can share my knowledge with future professionals. I think that I will also be able to develop myself professionally in the academic world,” says Innes-Stubb.

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