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Personnel changes dcypher platform bureau

Personnel changes dcypher platform bureau

The new year starts for dcypher with a few personnel changes in the platform bureau. This month, community manager Chantal Mas and management assistant Joke Grootveld will both start for a new challenge at resp. RVO and the Council for Culture. 2021 was a year in which we worked closely together (especially digitally) and we thank them both for their great efforts in starting dcypher!

Published 13 January 2022

At the beginning of 2022 we also welcome several new colleagues. In January and February, Safak (policy advisor), Christiaan (project leader) and Thirsa (communication) will start at the platform bureau. In addition, Tom van Schie (TNO) will work part-time from the platform bureau as policy advisor and researcher, and Patrick de Graaf (also TNO) will start part-time from the platform bureau as quartermaster of the ‘Breed Gedragen Programma’ Cybersecurity Topsectors, started by dcypher and Topsector ICT.

We wish everyone a lot of fun and success and we look forward to forming a top team together with Ruby and Roos-Marie!

We are currently looking at further strengthening later this year. Do you already see opportunities to strengthen dcypher, an open letter is always welcome!


This article was originally published at dcypher.nl

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