Joyce Wittelaar Joins Boardroom

Joyce Wittelaar joined Boardroom as of yesterday, serving as the company’s new Strategic Relations Manager. Her role consists in making sure the interests of associations and those of destinations are aligned in the most coherent ways.

As the ‘best resource for associations’, Boardroom is building a unique community of association executives who want to develop themselves professionally. Leading the conversation in the most innovative best practices and developments for associations, the magazine has built up a solid reputation since its launch.

Winner of the ICCA Inspirational Woman Award in 2018, Joyce Wittelaar, CMP has 24 years of experience in the international congress and meeting industry. She worked for a convention centre based in the Netherlands, an international PCO and, before joining Boardroom, she acted as Account Manager Associations for Rotterdam Partners – Convention Bureau.

She says: “I am delighted to be joining Boardroom to strengthen its positioning and contribute to and support some great and exciting changes that lie ahead. It will be wonderful to continue working in close relation with international and European associations with a focus on in depth knowledge-sharing to help them be the best organisations they can be. I am looking forward to productive partnerships with a number of familiar faces.” 

Joyce will be in charge of developing and strengthening Boardroom’s future, together with the magazine’s founders Cécile Koch and Rémi Dévé.

 

 

 

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