Lucid Appoints Lisa Lambert to Board of Directors

Lucid Appoints Lisa Lambert to Board of Directors

Lambert currently serves as chief investment officer, private markets at the George Kaiser Family Foundation.

Advanced electric vehicle manufacturer Lucid Group, Inc. announced the election of Lisa M. Lambert to its board of directors, effective immediately. Lucid’s board is composed of nine members. 

Lambert was elected at Lucid’s 2024 annual meeting of stockholders and “will bring extensive technology experience to Lucid after having led sustainability, infrastructure and technology projects at companies ranging from Intel to National Grid,” the company said. 

Lambert currently serves as chief investment officer, private markets at the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Between 2018 and 2023, Lambert served as chief technology and innovation officer at National Grid Plc, as well as founder and president of National Grid Partners. In her role at National Grid, Lambert was responsible for leading investments and innovations across the company. 

“As we build a more sustainable future, Lisa’s deep background in technology, innovation and sustainability will help guide our company’s aggressive growth plans,” said Peter Rawlinson, CEO and CTO at Lucid.

“Lucid’s team has not only reimagined what an electric vehicle can be, but has also pushed the industry to rethink the role that efficiency and advanced technology play in moving us all toward a more sustainable future,” said Lambert. “I’m delighted to be joining the Lucid board of directors and am excited to be part of the company’s next stage of growth.”

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