The Supervisory Board appointed Hans Nederlof as a member of the Executive Board. Hans will start at THUAS on August 21 and will succeed Hans Camps, who leaves The Hague University of Applied Sciences on May 1. Hans Nederlof will be responsible for the operations portfolio, including finance, IT, information services and accommodation.

Marjet van Zuijlen, chair of the Supervisory Board: "Hans not only has an outstanding track record and a wealth of relevant experience for THUAS, during the interviews he also showed himself to be a very nice person. We are therefore happy that Hans has accepted this position at THUAS."

Elisabeth Minnemann, chair of the THUAS Executive Board adds: "With Hans, we will gain a director who can help us achieve our ambitions as a knowledge institution, particularly in the area of IT transformation. With his knowledge, experience, and ability to make connections between teaching, research, and operations, he will be an asset to our board and we look forward to working with him."

Hans Nederlof boasts extensive experience in education. He currently sits on the Executive Board of Fontys University of Applied Sciences, where he is responsible for operations. Previously, he served in the capacity of Director of Finance & Control at the Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) and held interim CIO and CFO positions at, among others, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and Hanze University of Applied Sciences.

Hans: "I'm really looking forward to joining The Hague University of Applied Sciences. The institution provides a wonderful ambitious and specific strategy, with the corresponding challenges. I'm also quite familiar with the metropolitan region and connecting with this region is a promising and challenging opportunity for a university of applied sciences. I'm ready to get started." 


On behalf of the Executive Board                                          On behalf of the Supervisory Board

Elisabeth Minnemann                                                                 Marjet van Zuijlen