The Next Women team runs on the energy, passion and dedication of our community, members and supporters. Time to meet them!
Time to meet the team!
First up: Maxime ten Brinke, communications specialist, community builder, feminist, and overall rockstar.
Maxime has been part of The Next Women core team for more than 1.5 years now. She started out a the project lead for the Female Founder Force in 2018, where after 2 years of sole focussing on the Dutch market we crossed the border again by hosting the program not only in Amsterdam but also in Paris and London. After the Grand Final on October 4, 2018, we weren’t planning on letting her go. So Maxime took on the role of Communications Manager, where her main activities include the organization of the Coaching Hours, Funding Mornings and Founder Focus Groups. Next to that she’s in charge of our social media, newsletters and member mailings.
So if you don’t know who she is, you might have been living under a rock.
Currently all of Maxime’s focus is on the Female Founder Force 2019, with the first chapter in Buenos Aires already successfully behind her, the next chapters in Lisbon, Tel Aviv and Amsterdam are almost here.
For more info go to: https://thenextwomen.com/female-founders-force/
Want to have a cup of Joe with Maxime?
Reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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