Christine van Basten-Boddin nominated as mayor of Beek

Christine van Basten-Boddin will be the new mayor of Beek. It is expected that she will succeed Ralf Krewinkel in the beginning of next year. After a short council meeting, the council decided to propose Christine for appointment. She will be the first female mayor in the history of Beek.

Van Basten (alumna van de UM Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid) is directeur van een van de onderzoeksinstituten van de Maastrichtse rechtenfaculteit; ‘Institute for Corporate Law, Governance & Innovation Policies’  (ICGI) en projectleider van een excellentieprogramma van de faculteit. 

Als steunlid van de D66-fractie in de gemeenteraad van Valkenburg deed zij politieke ervaring op. Bovendien volgde zij, als voorbereiding op haar sollicitatie  een oriëntatiecursus bij het Nederlands Genootschap van Burgemeesters.

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Van Basten (alumna of the UM Faculty of Law) is manager of one of the research institutes of the faculty; ‘the Institute for Corporate Law, Governance & Innovation Policies’ (ICGI) and project leader of one of the faculty’s excellence programmes.

She acquired political experience as supporting member of the D66 group in de city council of Valkenburg. Moreover, in preparation of her application, she took a course with the ‘Nederlands Genootschap van Burgemeesters’ (Dutch Society of Mayors).

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