Wittenborg Staff Overview

Peter Birdsall

Peter Birdsall MA.ed, graduated from Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in 1997. After this Peter continued his studies through the UK Open University, completing a Master of Arts in Education Management. His degree was carried out during the period of employment at IJselland University in the Netherlands, as director of the international office at the Deventer Business School and focused on three main areas: Peer Mentoring in (International) Higher Education; Curriculum Development in Higher International Education; Management of Higher Education.

Maggie Feng, MSc

Maggie Feng MSc, has worked in the higher education industry for more than 10 years after graduating from Master of Science programme in Facility Management, from the University of Greenwich, UK. Maggie also holds a Bachelor in Information Services Management, completed in the Netherlands as well as Engineering Management from China. Maggie has management experience in many disciplines, including: marketing, sales, communication, event, HRM, Project Management, Information Management, student accommodation and facility management.

Dr. Rauf Abdul, PhD, MSc, MBA

Dr. Rauf Abdul, PhD, MSc, MBA holds a PhD in Human Resource Management from UT in addition to an MBA and MSc in Business. His main focus in research is on issues related to Human Resource Management (HRM). Currently he is interested in researching on HR competencies for future industries such as competency profiles required for smart industry (industry 4.0). He loves teaching and supervising graduate and post graduate students for their graduation assignment / final projects. He contributes actively to University’s HRM department in the screening and hiring process of academic staff for various schools of the university. He has developed and implemented various HR strategies and procedures for the HR function of the university. He has presented many research papers at several international conferences in the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands. He is conversant with the Standards and guidelines for quality assurance in the European Higher Education system and is also part of different assessment panels for educational programmes and institutional accreditations assessments.

Ben Prins

Ben Prins has years of experience in middle and higher management in various branches in the Netherlands and abroad. His network covers industries such as manufacturing, packaging, food, metal, automotive, hospitality, event, tourism, robotics, and many more. Creation of business opportunities by working with branch organisations/platforms is one of his main business development specialisations.  

Adeyemi Banjo, MSc, MBA

Adeyemi Banjo, MSc, MBA joined Wittenborg University in 2010 where he has been lecturing to date. He currently gives lectures in the fields of Communications, Informatics, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. ' I started my career in 1991 working in marketing for the book publisher African University Press. I later worked for media company OPEN Communications in Nigeria. I have lecturered at Saxion University, helped start up marketing company JAA with three other partners and was involved in the personalization project of the ABNAMRO online banking system. In 2008 he left JAA to work as an analyst and researcher for Huisvolmuziek and in 2009 started his own company which specializes in marketing research and personalization.

Dr Teun Wolters, PhD

Teun Wolters, PhD – ‘Since September 2011 Dr Teun Wolters has held the position of applied research professor of Corporate Sustainability at Wittenborg University. This involves setting up research, lecturing, writing, supervision and course development. I continue to be interested in research in environmental and sustainability strategies; management consulting in international chains starting in developing countries; Executive Director of a Dutch NGO in these fields. Simultaneously, he has worked with Statistics Netherlands in the area of the measurement of the New Economy, and was consultant with TNO and EIM.'

Harry Maatjes

Harry Maatjes graduated in Mechanical Engineering and has been working in various companies, mainly in the field of environmental issues. Harry specialized in non-production management, like quality, business start-ups, licencies, after-sales service and finance. In 2003 he joined Wittenborg as a teacher in SME modules, finance and law. On occasion, he gives seminars on subjects of the professional aspects of modern business. From 2008 on he is a member of Wittenborg’s Trust with quality, finance and accreditation as fields of interest. Harry now owns a small company, which specializes in environmental issues, like odour reduction and elimination of pollution from factories, large kitchens and petrochemical industry.

Tineke van der Leer

Tineke van der Leer grew up in a small village in the North of the Netherlands. After education she has lived in the Middle East for several years. There she experienced living abroad. She did all kind of work there and learned several new skills. Back in The Netherlands she went to live and work in Deventer. She experienced working in several kinds of organizations. She workes as management secretary, as senior-editor, as office manager. Tineke has been working at Wittenborg from April 2012. She is dealing with several kind of tasks, support Management and Student Administration.   

Daniel O' Connell

Daniel O'Connell 'After in-house training and work-experience in Graphic Photography in the USA in the later part of the ‘70s, I returned to London and entered a 3-year course in Homeopathy. Following a number of years of private practice and an entrepreneurial project in natural foods, I returned to Dublin, Ireland in 1989/1990 and completed a Diploma in TEFL. Since arriving in Holland in 2002, I have been teaching English at Wittenborg.'

Karen Penninga

Karen Penninga has worked for Wittenborg since 2004, and has been a member of the Executive Board since 2015 and has a special responsibility for strategy and policy within the institute, however has experience in many disciplines, including: HRM, finances, management, marketing, communication, student applications and registrations and facilities.

Martin Lens

Martin Lens is born in 1951 in a village near Amsterdam. Married in 1986 with Ineke. He lived in Amsterdam, Almere and more than 20 years in Amersfoort. Three years ago they moved to Apeldoorn because of the beautiful environment. Martin is retiered and works at Wittenborg as a Volunteer. He helps in our Libarary to provide students with books they needed for their study and is also an Exam Invigilator.

Santosh Aryal

Santosh Aryal comes from Hetauda, Nepal. He completed his education up to university in the same city. In search of better education, Santosh came to Wittenborg University in the Netherlands to top up his Bachelor degree. Here he studied International Business Administration. He also completed his internship at Wittenborg University and after completing the IBA degree, he began working as the Student Register since 2008.

Daphne Xin Wang

Daphne Xin Wang is born and raised in Beijing, China. In 1996 she came to Nederland to study economy in Saxion Highschool, After graduation, she worked in different companies as financial administration employee. She built up a lot of experience in finance areas. At Wittenborg she is responsible for financial planning and all the operational financial work.

Karel van der Zande

Karel van der Zande worked in the private and project installations, floors, windows and related products. In addition, the municipality of Apeldoorn. The last in the function as the first contact for caravan dwellers. Now he works for Wittenborg as Student Housing coordinator

Bob Dyson

Bob Dyson graduated from The University of Manchester (UK) in Management Sciences. He subsequently attended the Small Business School in Rotterdam (The Netherlands).
He has held several senior management and directors positions in international companies. He now works as a consultant with Claassen, Moolenbeek & Partners where he advises companies and organisations on business strategy, organisation and (financial)planning. He is a part-time Snr. lecturer in management and organisation at Avans School of International Studies, Breda, The Netherlands. He also organises workshops in entrepreneurship for the University of Tilburg.

Drs. Ing Emiel Schiphorst MBA, SMP

Drs. Ing. Emiel Schiphorst MBA, SMP at Wittenborg University. Experienced Marketing Professional. Wide network and over 12 years’ experience in Marketing, Sales and New Product Development. Professional in leading international marketing, sales and new product development teams. Certified Senior Marketing Professional (SMP). Examiner in the specialism Marketing & Sales for the Dutch Institute of Marketing (NIMA). Author of the book Product Management® (2008, 2012 second edition) from Pearson Education, with practical marketing management cases from Heineken BeerTender® and ReadSupport®.

Dr. Saskia Harkema MBA

Dr Saskia Harkema, Leading Researcher and Lecturer at Wittenborg University. Saskia combines practical experience with an academic background. She has a degree in Sociology and Business Administration. Additionally she obtained her PhD on the basis of research into ways of improving innovation and renewal within organizations. She has developed into an expert in the field of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Change management. Saskia combines her academic expertise with knowledge about and experience in management within SME’s and Multinationals like Philips and Sara Lee.

Joost Vos, PhD

Joost Vos, PhD (1960) studied Pharmacy at the University of Utrecht. Het worked for ten years at Schwabe Group in the functions of quality and production manager at the plants in Philadelphia (USA) and Alkmaar (Nl). As of 1999 he works as a Managing Consultant at TNO Management Consultants. In his job he combines strategic advice, research and education. In 1984 Joost Vos worked as a chemistry teacher. As of 2001 Joost is a guest Lecturer at various Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. At Wittenborg Joost Vos is a Senior Lecturer as of 2013.

Esther Bakker-Gitonga

Esther Gitonga, MSc. - After graduating with honors in Hospitality & Tourism management at Kenyatta University Esther came to the Netherlands to study at Wageningen University. Esther has a Master degree in leisure, tourism & environmental studies. She is currently preparing for her PhD at Wageningen University, in a joint suprevision with Wittenborg, in which she is exploring climate change adaptation options for marginalized tourism dependent communities in Africa. Esther is fascinated about travel.

Dr. Alexander Bauer

Dr. Alexander Bauer has many years of working experience in international sales and marketing and combines this practical experience with an academic background (PhD in International Business Management). In 2014 he decided to become a lecturer and brought his international Sales & Marketing and Management experience into the Wittenborg classroom. Besides being a lecturer Dr. Bauer is also involved in the Wittenborg Research Centre.

Dr. James Bowen has many technology expertise. He provides business with advice and is the inventor of a task management system and an underwater localization device using passive sonar. He is associated with 8 universities including 3 in Europe where he teaches MBAs technology, entrepreneurship and strategy. At Wittenborg he is responsible for the development of Simulation Games and Online Programmes.

Dr.Muhammad Ashfaq, MBA

Dr.Muhammad Ashfaq, MBA is highly motivated individual with the goal of empowering people by giving them right education and trainings in variety of disciplines to uplift their standard of living.

Samantha Birdsall

Samantha Birdsall is studying to become a primairy school teacher and next to that she does administrative work for Wittenborg University. She works from her home in Bathmen most of the time.

Florian Oosterberg

Florian Oosterberg is Wittenborg's Admissions Officer and works with the Student Registrar to facilitate the admissions process for new students. Florian is also busy finishing her Master thesis at Leiden University and expects to graduate in September 2015. 

Peter Odgers, M.Phil

Peter Odgers, M.Phil, has written three books in the areas of hospitality operations and management one of which has been adopted as a standard text by the HCIMA and other UK academic bodies. His Master of Philosophy in International Hospitality Management was awarded by the University of Buckingham in 1996. Peter Odgers has a broad experience of the hospitality industry. At the University of Brighton he is senior lecturer in hospitality management and a guest Lecturer on the MSc and BA degree programmes offered jointly with the University of Brighton at Wittenborg.

Adam Jones

Adam Jones is a Senior Lecturer of Business Strategy and Marketing within the School of Service Management at the University of Brighton and a Guest Lecturer on MSc International Events Management, MSc International Hospitality Management, and MSc InternationalTourism Management at WittenborgAdam has a wealth of knowledge of the travel and tourism industry gained from working both in destinations and at a senior strategic level in a FTSE 250 company. He started his career in the travel industry working as a tour guide rising to the position as Head of Marketing.

Steven Goss-Turner

Steven Goss-Turner joined the University of Brighton in 1991, and has since taught, researched and written in the main subject area of human resource management in the service sector, with particular emphasis on the hospitality industry. He completed a Masters degree in Human Resource Development at Portsmouth University, and has recently been awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (University of Brighton) for a programme of study on the relationship between organisational culture and labour turnover within the licensed retail sector.

Dr. Angela Benson

Dr Angela M Benson is a Principal Lecturer in Tourism at the School of Service Management, University of Brighton and a Guest Lecturer on MSc International Event Management, MSc International Hospitality Management, and MSc International Tourism Management at Wittenborg. In 2010 Angela was made an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Canberra, Australia. Prior to her career as an academic, she worked for 13 years in leisure and recreation, managing a range of facilities and events. Angela has published over 20 articles and chapters in the areas of Volunteer Tourism, Volunteering at Mega Events, Best Value, Sustainability and Research Methods.

Chris Dutton

Chris Dutton is Assistant Head of School at the School of Sport & Service Management, University of Brighton and a Guest Lecturer on MSc International Hospitality Management, MSc International Events Maangement and MSc International Tourism Management at Wittenborg. Chris has successfully bid for a number of prestigious grants including Interreg 111a and three Knowledge Transfer Partnerships. Chris's research interests include retail operations, retail marketing, customer service, service quality and knowledge exchange and has presented his work at a number of conferences around the world.

Dr. Jo-Anne Lester

Dr.Jo-Anne Lester is a Principal Lecturer at the School of Sport & Service Management, University of Brighton and a Guest Lecturer on MSc International Event Management, MSc International Hospitality Management, and MSc International Tourism Management at Wittenborg. Prior to entering education, she gained considerable operational experience in tour operating and on cruise ships.

Dr. Ioannis Pantelidis

Dr. Ioannis Pantelidis is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Sport & Service Management, University of Brighton and a Guest Lecturer on MSc International Events Management at Wittenborg. In 2000 he embarked on an academic career, having previously worked in a number of hospitality businesses from small restaurants to 5 star chain hotels in Greece, Germany and the UK. He prefers research that can see practical applications in industry. His PhD topic focuses on the personality of the hospitality consumer and technology acceptance. He is the co-author of the best selling text, Food and Beverage Management and has published and presented papers in numerous international conferences and established academic journals such as the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. 

Shonali Rodrigues

Shonali Rodrigues is Lecturer in Tourism and Social Anthropology at the University of Brighton and Guest Lecturer on MSc International Events Management at Wittenborg University. Shonali Rodrigues has over twenty years’ experience in the management and coordination of national and international large-scale events.

Anesca Smith

Anesca Smith is a journalist, business graduate and qualified chef. Before moving to the Netherlands she worked as a senior political reporter in South Africa and also as a foreign correspondent in London, the UK. She joined Wittenborg’s marketing team in 2014 after obtaining a Bachelor degree in International Business Administration in 2013. 

George Bosire, MBA

George Bosire, MBA - A lecturer and researcher with expertise in finance, business process and other business courses. An excellent communicator, team player result driven and eager to facilitate career development realization to my students. A believer of goal oriented synergies drawn from the recognition of unique strengths of the organization pillars in operations to the overall mission and vision.

Hans van Halteren

Hans van Halteren - has 35 years of experience in education. In his career he fulfilled his work as a teacher and trainer. From 1992 he started to develop a network with companies to organize tailor made commercial trainings. As account manager at Landstede College he is responsible for all the commercial training activities.

Lucy Omwoha, MsC

Lucy Omwoha, MsC is a Msc graduate in event management, with strong background in marketing, events and hospitality gained from Bachelor’s degree in IBMS (International Business Management-Netherlands) and Hospitality Management (Institute of Commercial Management-UK). She is ambitious with proven experience of working in multidisciplinary environments.

Lucinda Douglas

Lucinda Douglas - She is an inspirator. She loves the people aspect. She believes that if you inspire people, they are more than willing to “change”. Without inspiration and living examples, people are just not able to reach the next level. She is often hired in by companies to conduct Sales Symposia. Hired in by entrepreneurs and networks to speak on Yes You Can achieve your goals and she loves helping entrepreneurs with visibility.

Sanne de Jong

Sanne de Jong - has a positive, social, cheerful character. Sanne has gained experience in Business development, Talent management, Emergency Logistics and Quality management. Her experience with people around the world has given her the opportunity to learn about communication with all sorts of people. Her way of working reflects a sense of organisation development with a human touch.

Kriszta Rostas, MSc

Kriszta Rostas - in 2015 she obtained her master diploma at Utrecht University in International Business and Economics on International Management track. In parallel with her master program, she has worked as project assistant and researcher at the lectureship of International Business at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences. At wittenborg University she is conducting research for the education department.

Melike Almaz-Nieuwenburg, MSc

Melike Almaz-Nieuwenburg, MSc , MSc - By working in audit and control areas Melike has 8 years of professional banking experience. She combined her professional experience with relevant academic background with 2 master studies in Banking and financial management.

Dr.Anna Bos-Nehles

Dr.Anna Bos-Nehles - is a lecturer in the field of Human Resource Management. Her main research interest lies in the role of line managers towards HRM implementation effectiveness and their effect on innovative employee behavior. In the first sub-topic she focuses on how line managers implement HR policies and practices at the operational level and in the second sub-topic her interest lies in the way line managers can shape the innovative behavior of employees in all areas of the organization.

Mariví Martinez Brocca, MSc

Mariví Brocca, MSc - graduated in Law and she studied to become a Tax Inspector but she changed her professional direction. She has worked as a language teacher since 2001. In 2004 she met her husband in Seville (Spain), first they moved to Lisbon and in 2009  to Utrecht, where they live now. Now she combines working for bigger organizations as a Spanish teacher with her small language school, Las Naranjas.

Paul Fynn

Paul Fynn - Committed to Higher Education, with a focus on Hospitaliy, Tourism and Leisure Paul Fynn has twenty years experience in a range of institutions and programs at Higher education level. He has an integrated approach to the three subject areas, experience in operating his own business, and in stakeholder engagement.

Dr.Geert de Haan, MSc

Dr.Geert de Haan, MSc - Educated in Cognitive Psychology, he calls himself Cognitive Ergonomist because of his work in the area of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Cognitive Ergonomics trying to adapt Information Technology to the capabilities and limitations of human users and to find ways to make computer systems functional, easy to use, easy to learn, and pleasant to work with. These demands are getting increasingly more important, now that we are moving with our personal live into digital information ecologies.

Sylvia Wels, MBA

Sylvia Wels, MBA - studied biology and environmental studies and worked for 28 years as an environmental consultant, process manager and senior policy specialist for an environmental department in Utrecht. In this period she was a chairman of the working group 'culture change', during organizational development process that has led to the drawing up of a Balanced Scorecard. Besides that she worked as a manager in her own ict company.  After a job change she started working as a change manager and teacher at the Waldorfschool in Zeist. She finished her MBA with a research in confidence in leadership in relation the the change readiness of the employees. As of 2016 she is a lecturer at Wittenborg university.

Bert Meeuwsen, MBA Med

Bert Meeuwsen, MBA Med - is born in the Netherlands has lived in Hong Kong and Bangkok. Bert has organization sciences research on: ‘Interventional preferences due to organization cultural differences of personnel within the Netherlands’ Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan’; ‘Perception positioning, and consultancy to management, of a school for secondary education in the Greater Rotterdam Area’; ‘Adult education as change intervention’, within implementation of enterprise resources planning system’ With his international experience he is educating Wittenborg students.

Dr.Gilbert Silvius

Dr.Gilbert Silvius  (1963) - is a ‘practitioner turned academic’, with extensive experience in management, consulting, research and education. He is professor at LOI University of Applied Sciences and senior research associate at the University of Johannesburg. Gilbert is considered an expert in project management and information management, and has published over a 100 academic papers and several books.

Marc de Jong, MA

Marc de Jong, MA   - has experience as conference manager in Germany, he shifted to teaching Business German to professionals at Open Universities and to students in Office Management and Management Assistance. Moreover, He is providing his experience and expertise in internationalisation to the Dutch National Agency of Erasmus+. This involves regular assessing of project bids as well as follow-up reports. At Wittenborg University, it is his great pleasure to enrich international students with the vibrant and creative German language, culture and society. "My lessons will empower you to discover it yourself!

Lena Vandenbosch, MSc, MBA

Lena Vandenbosch , MSc, MBA - holds a Master’s degree in International Business from the University of Maastricht and an MBA from IE Business School in Madrid. She is a native English speaker, fluent in Dutch as well as Spanish. Her professional experiences have been in a variety of fields such as Marketing, Sales and Purchasing, working in different countries including The Netherlands, Mexico and Spain. Lena is a team member of the sales and admission department.

René Rijnders, MSc

René Rijnders, MSc - has worked for the Dutch Board of the Hotel and Catering Industry for many years, focussing on Labour Market Research, Food Safety and Future Hospitality. He has participated in a number of publications on using the Design Thinking approach in concept development in hospitality. In 2013 he entered Education at Saxion Hospitality Business School and is currently appointed to NHTV Breda and Wittenborg University of Applies Sciences.

Dr Brian Holdstock

Dr Brian Holdstock areas of expertise are in operational management based on 20 years employment as managing director of a medium sized subcontractor in the engineering sector. The company was a specialist supplier of surface treatments, principally electroplating and anodising....

Jayne Luscombe, BSc, MA

Jayne Luscombe, BSc., MA,  holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Sussex and an MA in International Event Management from the University of Brighton....

Dr Udo Merkel

Dr. Udo Merkel is a Senior Lecturer in Events Management. He holds various degrees from British and German universities in the Social Sciences and Sport Sciences. Over the last twenty years, he has worked at a number of universities in mainland Europe, Latin America and South-East Asia....

Conor Sheehan

Conor Sheehan, following his graduation from Trinity College in Dublin, moved to London where he pursued his initial career in 'rooms division management' at Claridge's Hotel and subsequently two other luxury west-end outlets. Later, he made the move into hospitality education at Westminster College where he taught human resource management and applied hospitality business subjects before assuming the role of Head of Higher Education...

Michael Williams

Michael Williams joined the School of Sport and Service Management in March 2008 as a member of the Events Management team. Prior to joining the University he was responsible for managing the festival programme at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew...

Fjorentina Muco, MSc

Fjorentina Muco, MSc Graduated in English Philology with a MSC in Methodology. She has been working with academic curricula for more than 10 years including students from lower education as well as higher education. She loves to train new generations for their tomorrow’s professional life. Teaching inexperienced students can be quite a great responsibility which demands not only professionalism but insights as well. Due to this reason it makes your work a lot more serious.

Marjon van Opijnen, MSc, MA

Marjon van Opijnen, MSc, MA   interest and work in economic and societal transition made her realise that also sustainability has its boundaries when we remain focused on our current systems and make sustainability part of this. The question "How do we want to relate with each other and with our environment" is an important focus in her work and reaches beyond sustainability and our current existing economic and societal systems. "For me the answer to this question is a fundament for the system we are heading to, which is much more value and social based. I'd like to take an active role in this transition."Marjon van Opijnen

Peter Saes, MA

Peter Saes, MA, graduated from University of Amsterdam (MA Ling), University of Nottingham (MA Eng Studies) and University of Applied Sciences (TTC) Utrecht. Peter has two businesses of his own in language acquisition and services and develops language learning courses. Peter Seas is lecturing the intensive Dutch Languages course as well as the Dutch as a second language modules.

Radostina Zasheva, MSc

Radostina Zasheva, MSc is part of the Faculty team for our Hospitality program. She is a researcher, writer trainer and lecturer. With her expertise she is able to provide education towards different cultures. She has conducted research in gender specific leisure time between Dutch and Bulgarian Woman

Hans Nillesen, MSc

Hans Nillesen, MSc is a Senior Manager with 25+ years of international management, project management and strategy consulting experience, serving global electricity, gas and water utility markets as well as airports, airlines, rail, public transport and other infrastructure. Very experienced interim manager, line, program, project and contract manager and manager/ director of business units, joint ventures and consortia. Robust, motivated and perseverant, strategic and innovative, practically oriented but bearing in mind man as well as organizational goals.  A team builder and organizer, coach and - if necessary - mediator.

Tri Adiyanti Setiawan, MSc

Tri Adiyanti Setiawan, MSc is our Admission Officer at Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences. She guides the students through the admission process. Aside from this, she also helpes with the marketing and sales activities such as preparing and do a presentation in a webinar.

Sinem Gulsen

Sinem Gulsen has worked for Wittenborg from 2005 until 2010. She worked at the International Office, did Management Assistance among other things and was Marketing & PR Officer for the largest part. Sinem came back in 2016 to fulfil the position of Senior Communication Officer.

Tim Birdsall

Tim Birdsall was born into a family of teachers, and is a teacher himself. He tries to bring value to conversations in all parts of his professional life
Tim originally trained as a cook, and then language teacher and spent the first 5 years of his professional career living and working in France, Germany, Spain, Costa-Rica and Switzerland. When time allows, hobbies are sailing and skiing.

Myra Qiu

Myra Qiu started working at Wittenborg since February 2014 as an internship at the beginning and became a full-time employee since April 2015. At the moment, she is working on Marketing and Communication, Event Management, Admonition and Sales, China Desk and Process Tutor.

Lotte Zwijnenburg, MSc

Lotte Zwijnenburg's first job was to promote the interests of motorized vehicles in the Netherlands at the industry association RAI. It evolved in digital promotion for the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and conference centre. She continued developing her knowledge and skills of the implications of digital interaction as strategy consultant for digital agencies and she organized the Design for Conversion conferences in Amsterdam, Koln and New York. She studied at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (MSc Reputation Management)  Her thesis was: The communication‐factor innovative organizations: how corporate communication can be accountable for creating social capital (2014. Erasmus University)
She has always been interested in ethics and governance issues and contributed to thebook: CSR & Communication (2004, Thieme Meulenhof)

Dr. Nicolet C.M.Theunissen

Dr. Nicolet C.M.Theunissen is Head of Wittenborg Research Centre and as such responsible for the strategic research agenda and the monitoring of the overall academic quality at Wittenborg. Her current research subject is Virtues for the 21th century: moral competences and moral development using ubiquitous learning techniques. For more information about publications and research: ntheunissen.nl

Dr. Steven Goss-Turner

Dr. Steven Goss-Turner - Following a career within the HRM departments of a then major international hotel company, Steven joined the University of Brighton. He has a PhD (Brighton), MSc in Human Resource Development (Portsmouth) and a BA in Hotel and Catering Management (Strathclyde). He is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development. He is widely published and is currently reviewing the text “Human Resource management in the Hospitality Industry” for the publication of its 10th edition in 2019. He is Honorary Research Fellow, University of Brighton and is still engaged in the supervision of PhD candidates and writing joint articles with his recent PhD graduates.