Irene Schulz

Employee Representative at Audi

Irene Schulz has been a member of the Supervisory Board of AUDI AG since July 11, 2016. Ms. Schulz was born in Werne, Germany, on April 10, 1964. After receiving her general qualification for university entrance, she studied in Aachen, Freiburg, and Berlin from 1983 to 1989 and graduated with a degree in political science. From 1991 to 1993, she was an educational consultant and head of the training center run by the DGB (German Trade Union Confederation) in Berlin before joining the DGB district of Berlin-Brandenburg in 1993. Ms. Schulz was in charge of the branch office of “Arbeit und Leben e.V.” in Berlin from 1998 to 2004 and then became trade union secretary of IG Metall. After working in the Berlin office for 10 years, she transferred to the district management of Berlin-Brandenburg-Saxony. Ms. Schulz was elected executive member of the Board of Management of IG Metall in 2013, where she is responsible for the areas of education, members, and development. In addition to her activities on the Supervisory Board at AUDI AG, Ms. Schulz holds a mandate on the Supervisory Board of Osram Licht AG & Osram GmbH. Ms. Schulz is also the Deputy Chairwoman of the Hans Böckler Foundation.

Roles

  • Employee Representative

    Current role

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