Bachelor of Business Administration; Master Organizational Design & Development (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Hobbies and interests
Hiking, cycling, music
Why Supply Value?
Because of the open culture, possibilities for personal growth, and the ambition to really make impact on society
I started as a consultant at Supply Value in November 2019. I had just finished my Masters and was looking for a job that allowed me to learn as much as possible as fast as possible, and at the same time make a real positive impact. The traineeship at Supply Value was a perfect match, thanks to the intensive guidance and different trainings combined with challenging assignments for our clients. This combined with the open culture in which everybody wants to help each other allowed me to grow from a college graduate to a professional consultant incredibly fast. I had just completed my Masters at the time and was looking for a job where I could learn a lot in a short time and make an impact at the same time. It traineeship at Supply Value this was a perfect implementation thanks to the intensive supervision and various training courses combined with challenging assignments for our customers. This, together with the open culture in which everyone wants to help each other, has ensured that me in a very short time ben grown from a recent graduate to a professional consultant who can really make an impact.
At work, I get the most energy from helping people and organisations to collaborate smarter. I believe that every societal challenge can be solved by finding a common goal and working towards that goal in collaboration. Focussing on the end customer and understanding their challenges is crucial to be able to deliver as much value as possible through innovative solutions. My previous assignments at ProRail, NS, and VIPP InZicht show that I practice what I preach: in all these assignments multiple organisations collaborated towards a mutual goal: providing a better service to the end customer.
Besides working at Supply Value, I like to spend my free time with music. I’m not quite good at making it, but I can spend hours searching through dusty boxes with old records, trying to find that one gem. In addition, I like to spend time outdoors by hiking or cycling, preferably around mountains, water, or forests.