Anouk is a senior advisor, trained as a geoscientist, with strong leadership skills and a drive to motivate and deliver and above all, change for the better.
Anouk has a special interest in gender equality and economic independence and has pursued this in all her roles, including the current. She founded and lead several Women’s Networks around the globe and is a trained course leader for women career development.
Christianne is a trained coaching professional with a technical background in design and construction and over 20 years of leadership experience.
She thrives by the impact and energy when reflection triggers transformation from past to future. Coaching by Christianne captures heart and mind, reason and intuition, mutual respect, trust, creativity and fun.
Kiana Afzali recently completed her MSc “Complex systems engineering and management” at TU Delft.
Kiana runs the Community behind 75inQ.
Inspired by the story of 2 female entrepreneurs suddenly finding investors when they added an imaginary male co-founder to their board, Keith has decided to join 75inQ and battle gender-bias.
Keith is having a ball but hopes to retire as soon as he can. Read more about him and his journey by following this link.
Experienced Senior Exploration Geologist with a demonstrated history of working in the oil & energy industry.
Paulien keeps an eye on the market development and open positions.
Eline is a masterstudent, currently studying for the master degree Earth Structure and Dynamics at Utrecht University. She started studying Earth Sciences to explore and better understand the world. She organized the Earth Science Career Event 2021, where her main responsibilities were finances and the digital environment. She has been an active member of her study association (and still is) and wants to contribute to the energy transition after completing her degree.
Eline runs the community behind 75inQ together with Kiana Afzali
Mandy Brussaard is a Senior consultant with a solid track record in the public sector.
She is especially effective in the field of road and waterworks, sustainable energy, real estate and civil engineering. Experienced in local, regional and national economic, spatial and sustainability issues and able to translate these issues into substantiated programs of action. In the past 20 years worked at more than 10 municipalities, knowledge institutions and companies.
Mariëlle Feenstra is a senior researcher on gender just energy policy.
She uses a gender lens to analyze energy transition policy, taking a North-South perspective. She worked 15 years as a policy advisor for municipalities in the Netherlands specialism in European Affairs. Her contribution has been acknowledged both in academia and in practice by invitations to participate in policy formulation activities.
Michelle de Rijke is a lawyer in energy and administrative law and partner at Van der Feltz advocaten.
Marsha Wagner is anindependent professional specialized specializes in the labor market, vocational education and innovation management.
Marsha works in the triangle of learning, working and innovation. As program director for the Top Sector Energy, she is responsible for the human capital agenda and is a member of the Labor Market & Training implementation structure of the Climate Agreement. She is chair and member of various committees, including the innovation traineeship supervisory committee in SMEs.
Expert Gender & energy
Senior researcher on gender just energy policy and an experienced policy advisor.
The meaning of 75inQ
SDG Goal 7
Affordable and Clean Energy for all
Focusing on universal access to energy, increased energy efficiency and the increased use of renewable energy through new economic and job opportunities is crucial to creating more sustainable and inclusive communities and resilience to environmental issues like climate change. (UN)
SDG Goal 5
75inQ leads towards the equal representation in the political and economic decision-making process.
Quality in Quantity
Inclusiveness with a double Q
Gender diversity adds value to the impact and efficiency of organizations that manage to include at least 35% of women in decision making positions.