Supervisory Board

ZOA has a Board and a Supervisory Board. The Board consists of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Programme Officer (CPO) and is responsible for the running of the organisation and the implementation of ZOA’s mission, vision, and strategy. The Supervisory Board is responsible for the supervision of ZOA’s Board, its plans and policies, and for safeguarding the mission and identity of the organisation. The Supervisory Board advises and assists the ZOA Board in finding the direction for the organisation, in line with ZOA’s statutory obligations. The Supervisory Board has an Audit Committee and a Remuneration Committee. Supervisory Board members do not receive financial compensation for their work.

Supervisory Board Members

Drs. K. (Niels) Hofstede RA, chair of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Hofstede is partner at PwC, a professional services company. He is focused on energy companies and the transformation towards sustainable energy. In addition, he is member of the supervisory board of Erdee Media Groep (EMG).

Drs. J. Kamphorst, vice-chair of the Supervisory Board

Mr. Kamphorst is interim-manager and organisational advisor.
Chair of the Supervisory Board of the Accolade Zorggroep (Foundation for Care and Welfare).

Drs. J.J.A. Olij – Haak, member of the Supervisory Board
Ms. Olij- Haak is chair of Executive Board of Timon Group, directing foundation of Timon, a youth and young adults welfare organisation and of Timon AMV, support of solitary underage refugees.

Drs. A. Bouw RA, member of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Bouw works as a chartered accountant with a financial institution.

Ing. J.H. Dronkers, member of the Supervisory Board
Mr. Dronkers is Director-General Aviation and Maritime Affairs and Loco-Secretary-General of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water management.

Mr. Anne Strijker RA
Mr. Anne Strijker has worked for the European Commission, is currently chair of the EUROPOL working party on Criminal Finacnes, Asset Recovery and Money Laundering and works as independent consultant. In addition, he holds other positions as scientific expert at the Council of Europe (Moneyval), he is a chair of the Participations, Investments and Real Estate Committee of the Society of Welfare and he is involved in the project selection of World Servants.

According to ZOA’s statutes, the members of the Supervisory Board shall resign by rotation, but not later than five years following their appointment. Members are eligible for one reappointment a five years.