Manon van Beek appointed a member of the supervisory board of TU Delft
Manon van Beek was appointed by the Minister of Education, Culture and Science as a member of the Supervisory Board of Delft University for a four-year term.
Manon Van Beek is Chairman of the Executive Board (CEO) of TenneT Holding BV
As a leading European grid operator, TenneT is one of the largest investors in the energy transition in Northwest Europe with the aim of a sustainable, reliable and affordable energy future. During her career, Van Beek has consciously decided to work actively on sustainability and accelerating the energy transition, making her an excellent member of the Supervisory Board of TU Delft with ambitions in sustainability and the energy transition. Her interests and vision for a sustainable society go beyond climate and energy. She is also an ardent advocate for gender equality and diversity in the workplace. Because of her position at TenneT, she has also built a good network in both the business community and government.
From June 1, 2023, Manon van Beek will become the member who, in accordance with Article 9.7 of the Higher Education and Scientific Research Act, enjoys the confidence of the Participatory Body in particular. She succeeds Caroline Gehrels, who will leave the Supervisory Board on June 1 due to the expiration of her second and final term in office.
As of June 1, 2023, the Supervisory Board is constituted as follows:
• Infrared. TJG Collot d’Escury, Chairman of the Board
• a. Dr. LLG Sweet, Vice President
• Infrared. HL Guardians
• Dr. MJG Van Beek
The Supervisory Board is appointed by the Minister of Education, Culture and Science. The council has a number of specific tasks determined by law, including the appointment of members of the Executive Council, the approval of administrative and organizational regulations, the institutional plan, the selection of the participation system, the budget, and the annual report.
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