Trude Maas

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Trude Maas (1946) has been a member of the Van Leer Group Foundation "since 2001. Her career was in non-profit as well as in profit organizations. The items in common always being about development of people, at school or as professionals, and the way technology is inducing new visions and possibilities in this field. After her graduation as a linguist at Utrecht University, she was involved in educational measurement at CITO, the national agency for educational testing, as a deputy director. She then switched to the software industry. She was Managing Director of different business units of BSO/Origin and became a member of the board of Origin in the Netherlands. Until November 2006 she was President of the Hay Vision Society of the Hay Group, in charge of the innovation of Hay Group’s services in The Netherlands. She is a member of the Dutch Senate and also serves at different Supervisory Boards, amongst others ABN AMRO, Philips Electronics Netherlands, Schiphol Group, Twynstra en Gudde and Arbo Unie. She participates in advisory Groups with regard to lifelong learning, innovation in education and writes articles in the Dutch financial daily." [1]

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  1. Trude Maas, Van Leer Group Foundation , accessed May 13, 2010.
  2. Trustees, Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, accessed May 13, 2010.