Composition of the Supervisory Board
Rob ter Haar
Mr Ter Haar (Dutch) was appointed to the Supervisory Board and as Chairman on 24 April 2019. Rob ter Haar has ample experience as a non-executive board member with companies in the Netherlands and abroad. He served as a member of the supervisory boards of companies including FrieslandCampina, Univar, Maxeda and Sperwer, and was chairman of the supervisory boards of Unibail-Rodamco, Parcom, Mediq and VvAA. Previously, he was CEO of Hagemeyer and De Boer Unigro. Mr Ter Haar started his career with Procter & Gamble in marketing and was appointed general manager at Mölnlycke and SaraLee | D.E. He currently holds supervisory or advisory positions with a number of non-listed companies and foundations. His term of office runs until the General Meeting due to be held in the spring of 2023.
Gert van de Weerdhof
Mr Van de Weerdhof (Dutch) was appointed to the Supervisory Board on 25 April 2018. Since 2017, he has been a member of the supervisory board of Sligro N.V. and serves as an independent non-executive director at Safestore ltd. In the period 2013-2016, Mr van de Weerdhof was CEO of RFS Holland Holding / Wehkamp B.V. and between 1992 and 2013 he held various general management, marketing and sales positions at Esprit B.V., Pearle Europe B.V., PepsiCo International and Procter & Gamble Benelux N.V. Mr van de Weerdhof holds the position as CEO of Mercy Ships International (Garden Valley, US) since 2021. Mr van de Weerdhof was appointed for a term of four years. His term of office runs until the General Meeting due to be held in the spring of 2022.
Daniëlle Jansen Heijtmajer
Ms Jansen Heijtmajer (Dutch) was appointed to the Supervisory Board on 25 April 2018. Since 2014, she has been with FrieslandCampina, where she currently holds the position of Global Process Director finance, shared services, enterprise risk management & internal control, and real estate. Prior to this, Ms Jansen Heijtmajer spent 23 years in various finance positions at Shell, including Vice President Group Pensions, in countries including the UK and the US. In addition to her membership of the
Supervisory Board of Accell Group and Chair of the Audit Committee, Ms Jansen Heijtmajer also chairs the supervisory board of Aegon Nederland and the audit committee of Uber Payments BV. She is also a member of the EMFC curatorium of Amsterdam Business School. Ms Jansen Heijtmajer qualifies as an expert in the field of financial reporting and the auditing of financial statements as stipulated in article 2, section 3 of the decree establishing audit committees (Besluit instelling auditcommissie). Ms Jansen Heijtmajer was appointed for a term of four years. Her term runs until the General Meeting due to be held in the spring of 2022.
Mr Luc Volatier (French) was appointed to the Supervisory Board on 21 April 2021.
Mr Volatier started his professional career in 1990 at Danone where he held multiple R&D, procurement, and supply chain positions both in Europe and Asia. He pursued his career at Numico (2003-2008) and GrandVision (2009-2012). In 2012, Mr Volatier became EVP Operations and R&D and Member of the Executive Committee at Jacobs Douwe Egberts, a position he held until 2019. The most recent position Mr Volatier held was Chief Supply Officer at Coty Inc. Mr Volatier was appointed for a term of four years. His term of office runs until the General Meeting due to be held in the spring of 2025.
EugEnie van Wiechen
Ms Eugenie van Wiechen (Dutch) was appointed to the Supervisory Board on 21 April 2021. Ms Van Wiechen started her professional career as a Consultant at McKinsey & Company in 1995. From 2003-2008, she pursued her career at Sanoma, where she held multiple management positions. From 2008-2009, Ms Van Wiechen served as Managing Director of Marktplaats and in 2009 she became the Managing Director of LinkedIn in the Netherlands. Since 2011, Ms Van Wiechen holds the position of CEO of FD Mediagroep (the Netherlands). She also is a non-executive board member at stock listed Schibsted ASA in Norway since 2012. Ms Van Wiechen was appointed for a term of four years. Her term runs until the General Meeting due to be held in the spring of 2025.