Anka Mulder en Ineke van Oldeniel

Governance Structure and Executive Board

Anka Mulder and Ineke van Oldeniel form our Executive Board and manage and represent Saxion. The members of the Executive Board are appointed for a term of one year.

Anka Mulder

CHAIRPERSON OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Anka Mulder has been the chairperson of the Executive Board since 1 January 2018. She studied history at the University of Groningen. Anka worked abroad for a while and joined Delft University of Technology in 2003, where she became a member of the Executive Board in 2013.

Anka was responsible for education and business operations. Anka is an international expert in digital education. With a large network both at home and abroad, Anka is held in high regard among her peers and is considered one of the most influential people in the field of education in the Netherlands. Anka is a member of many executive boards and is a supervisory official at various educational institutions in the Netherlands and abroad.

Anka Mulder

Ineke van Oldeniel

CHAIRPERSON OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Ineke van Oldeniel has been the vice chairperson of the Executive Board since April 2008. After completing a higher education degree in economics and management at the Christelijke Hogeschool Zwolle (a university of applied sciences), Ineke completed her studies in Dutch Law at the University of Groningen in 1983. After her studies, she taught for several years as a lecturer in higher education. She has worked for more than twelve years at the Education Executive Agency (DUO), formerly ‘Informatie Beheer Groep’ (information management group, IBG), where she has held various managerial positions such as a director of Student Finance.

Ineke is active in various supervisory posts, including as a member of the Police Education Council, a member of the Employment Conditions Committee of the Association of Universities of Applied Sciences (Commissie Arbeidsvoorwaarden Vereniging Hogescholen), a member of the Employers' Negotiation Delegation to the CLA for the benefit of the universities of applied sciences (Werkgevers Onderhandelingsdelegatie cao t.b.v. het hbo), a member of the Advisory Council for DUO and a member of the Advisory Council for Student Housing (Studentenhuisvesting Stichting) at the DUWO Foundation. She is also chairman of the board of Zestor, the labour market and career fund for universities of applied sciences. Within the region, she is active as a board member of the Economic Development Board Stedendriehoek, as a chairperson of the supervisory board of Kunstcircuit Deventer and as a member of the supervisory board of Twence.

Ineke van Oldeniel