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New NATM board members
Bestuur april 2018

Netherlands Association for Travel Management (NATM) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new NATM Board Members, starting with immediate effect

Ceyhan Dulkadir, Account Manager Amadeus Benelux joins alongside Erik Tangelder, Head of Visitor Services RAI AMSTERDAM. Stefan van Sliedregt has been re-elected for his second three year term and appointed chairman of the association by the AGM of April 17, 2018.

The new appointments were made following the associations voting process. NATM Managing Director Odete Pimenta da Silva said: “Our newest board members bring a wealth of experience, expertise and enthusiasm to the table. We are fortunate to have them on board and I’ve no doubt they will help me to drive the association forward over the coming years. With the re-election of Stefan we ensure continuity in the board.”

NATM Board Members are appointed for a three-year period, with the option to extend for a further three years. Standing down from the NATM board are previous chairman Irma Rinkel and Marjolein van de Velde-Smeets, treasurer.

Pimenta da Silva said: “We cannot thank Irma enough for all the dedication and commitment she has given the association during the past 6 years on the board. We are happy that Irma will stay with us a Direct Member and accepted a role at the Financial Committee. In this respect she is still aligned to us in another voluntary role.”

Leiden, April 17, 2018
For further inquiries: please contact Odete Pimenta da Silva, Managing Director, 06-53232878 or by e-mail: odete.pimentadasilva@natm.nl

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