Movers and shakers: alumni in RSM Outlook winter 2018

Alumni from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) are continuously developing their careers, and making professional advancements to new positions, companies and even to different countries. If you’re an alumnus making a career move, let us know by emailing

Wouter Alders MScBA Strategic Management 2011

Moves from role as country manager Indonesia, Air France-KLM to become commercial director Spain and Portugal, Air France – KLM. Effective: July 2018

Ngozi Amobi MBA 2017

Formerly marketing manager, Damco. Is now regional head of marketing, Europe, with the same organisation (the Netherlands). Effective: April 2018

Ozgur Butun Executive MBA 2017

Leaves position as platformization and modularity programme manager, Philips, to take on new responsibilities as global head of business transformation, Asics. Effective: July 2018

Carlo Durando MBA 2004

The former partner at Equita Group takes on new challenges as managing director – head of global investment banking, Credit Agricole CIB (Italy). Effective: March 201

Saurabh Ghelani Executive MBA 2016

Was managing consultant, PA Consulting Group, UK. Is now EMEA strategic trust leader, Google (Switzerland). Effective: September 2018

Juliana Gomez MBA 2017

The senior consultant business finance, Deloitte, is now wholesale control manager Middle East, Africa & Netherlands, PVH Corp. Effective: September 2018

Paula Gonzalez Executive MBA 2016

Is promoted from team leader of the industry specialist team (strategy and marketing), Paques, to role as head of global services Europe, China, India, North America, Brazil and Asia Pacific, with the same organisation. Effective: March 2018

Djon Kleine MSc Business Information Management 2013

Moves from Boston Consulting Group in Amsterdam to take on role as project leader with the same organisation in San Francisco, USA. Effective: January 2018

Nikos Kyvranoglou MBA 2014

The key account sales manager Northern Europe, Novacom Trailermatics, the Netherlands, is now chairman and CEO, Eagle Stone Group SA (Greece). Effective: June 2018

Hans Lagerweij MSc Business Administration 1996

Previously portfolio managing director TUI Travel/Travelopia. Is now president and CEO, Victory Cruise Lines (Miami, USA). Effective: February 2018

Jurre Mulder MSc Business Administration 2003 and Executive Programme in Strategic Management 2009

The former retail director, Accenture Strategy Consulting, moves to Intergamma as chief strategy and transformation officer. Effective: July 2018

Sofía Perera Martinez MSc in Marketing Management 2017

Steps from role as assistant marketing manager with Unilever, the Netherlands, to become brand specialist with Amazon (Spain). Effective: August 2018

Ronald Wortel MBA 1996

Previously CIO, Gi3I. Is now president, Vanadis International Ltd (Toronto, Canada). Effective: September 2018

Ning-Hsuan Yen MSc Finance & Investment 2014

Formerly alumnus relations officer, CEMS. Now campus recruiter with Philips (Eindhoven, the Netherlands). Effective: June 2018

Marina de Yrazusta Executive MBA 2017

Moves from role as senior project engineer with Janssen to become senior consultant, Deloitte Strategy & Operations. Effective: October 2018

This article was first published in the winter 2018 edition of RSM Outlook – RSM’s alumni and corporate relations magazine. You can download RSM Outlook here.

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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) is one of Europe’s top 10 business schools. RSM provides ground-breaking research and education furthering excellence in all aspects of management and is based in the international port city of Rotterdam – a vital nexus of business, logistics and trade. RSM’s primary focus is on developing business leaders with international careers who can become a force for positive change by carrying their innovative mindset into a sustainable future. Our first-class range of bachelor, master, MBA, PhD and executive programmes encourage them to become critical, creative, caring and collaborative thinkers and doers. Study information and activities for future students, executives and alumni are also organised from the RSM office in Chengdu, China.

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