Hans Camps joins the Executive Board of THUAS on 1 December
Hans Camps, currently a member of the Executive Board at the Mondriaan regional training centre, will be joining the Executive Board at The Hague University of Applied Sciences on 1 December. He is succeeding Jan Lintsen, who was appointed member of the board at the University of Amsterdam on 1 September. With the addition of Hans to the Executive Board, THUAS once again has a fully staffed board.Michelle Blom, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, comments, “Hans Camps is the administrator that THUAS has been looking for, one with a keen eye for operational issues and a broad vision of, and experience with, education.”
Hans is the perfect match for the Executive Board member profile, with a focus on finance and operational management. At the Mondriaan regional training centre, where he worked for the past six years, he was responsible for the same portfolio. The experience he gained at that educational institute, which is comparable in size to The Hague University of Applied Sciences, has equipped him with the knowledge that THUAS now needs. He is intimately familiar and has a clear affinity with the world of education, particularly the lecturer and student population in The Hague region. At the Municipality of Delft, where Hans was previously employed, he also gained considerable experience at putting an end to compartmentalisation and enhancing the professionalism of internal services.
“Hans has considerable experience with raising the standard of support processes, something that The Hague University of Applied Sciences currently needs. Of course, I’m also delighted that our board is once again complete,” says Leonard Geluk, Chairman of the Executive Board at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
The Mondriaan regional training centre congratulates The Hague University of Applied Sciences with their new board member. Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Mondriaan, Bram de Klerck, comments, “We are extremely grateful to Hans for his contributions and efforts. Mondriaan is in an excellent position, thanks in part to his input. We wish him every success at his new position at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.”