Jolanda Möller

Jolanda Möller

Lab coordinator

As coordinator, Jolanda Möller is the linking pin between students, learning coaches, researchers, external partners and anyone who wants to do something with the lab. She is quartermaster for the new location on Buikslotermeerplein, where the lab opened its doors in September 2021. In addition to being a lab coordinator, Jolanda is also an advisor in the field of process management and educational logistics within the Creative Business domain. As a chain thinker, she knows how to understand complex processes and translates them into practical solutions. “My goal is to ensure that all supporting processes run smoothly so that students, learning coaches, learning directors, lab leads and field partners can fully focus on education and research. I’m always looking for improvements, because standing still is not an option.”

5 questions for Jolanda…

What is your educational backround?

I obtained my propaedeutic year from the Bookshop & Publishing programme at the AUAS. During my studies, I was offered a job as an editorial assistant at a publishing house. I then hung my education on the proverbial willows. Since 2000 I have been working at Hogeschool Holland in various roles and functions: from coordinator intake and practice agency, quality employee to advisor educational logistics. In the meantime, I have completed the HBO Quality and Process Management and Prince2 Project Management courses.

What do you contribute to the lab as a learning community?

My expertise in the field of educational logistics and my organizational skills.

What is your favourite spot in Amsterdam-North?

Take the ferry to North, eat out at one of the many restaurants at the NDSM wharf and cycle over the Nieuwendammerdijk and Schellingwouderdijk. I also have a special bond with Amsterdam-North: my mother was born here and my parents met at work at one of the shipyards that North was rich in at the time. I am even named after a ship that was built at this shipyard at the time.

Finish this sentence: leisure and recreation mean to me…

…clearing my head and getting new energy and inspiration.

What factors do you think are key for the positive development of the tourism, recreation and events sector?

Less mass and more customized. A sector in balance with the environment and its residents.

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