The Supervisory Board supervises the objectives and strategy of Rutgers, and has an audit committee and a remuneration committee. The Supervisory Board meets five times a year and is chaired by Mirjam de Blécourt since October 2018.
- Mirjam de Blécourt (chair)
Mirjam is a leading employment lawyer and a partner at Baker McKenzie. She is one of the women who publicly speaks out on #metoo and has been working on diversity and gender equality for years. Mirjam has a lot of experience as a board member for various organisations such as Baker McKenzie Amsterdam, the Royal Concertgebouw Fund, Women on Top and the Female Cancer Foundation.
- Anita Hardon
Anita is Professor of Antropology at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) in the field of health and health care. She is a medical anthropologist and researches health problems worldwide.
- Bea Schouten
Bea is a representative at the Provincial-Executive of the province of Gelderland. Before that she worked in health care, first as a nurse and later as manager at GGD Hart voor Brabant in the area of prevention and youth health care.
- Julia Bunting
Julia is President of the Population Council in New York. Previously, she was head of the programme department at the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), where she led the Federation’s Programme and Technical areas; she was a catalyst at the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning.
- Karel van der Flier
Karel is a business economist and brings his experience in media, sales and marketing.
- Lars Dellemann
Lars is a journalist and one of the youth members of the Supervisory Board.
- Lotte Dijkstra
Lotte is the second youth member of the Supervisory Board. She studies medicine and was the Dutch youth ambassador for sexual and reproductive health and rights.
- Marian Spier
Marian is a business consultant and entrepreneur. She started TedxWomen to stimulate female entrepreneurship.
- Nicolette Loonen
Nicolette is an independent financial consultant. She is general managing director for VERA Community, she was an auditor and consultant at KPMG for 15 years and she is founder and chair of Women in Financial Services (WIF).
From left to right: Julia Bunting, Lotte Dijkstra, Bea Schouten, Karel van der Flier, Mirjam de Blécourt, Lars Dellemann, Nicolette Loonen, Marian Spier. (Anita Hardon is absent in the picture.) (Photo: Heleen Klop Fotografie)