SHE has a new Managing Director

Sandy Quaden will be the School of Health Profession’s new Managing Director. Sandy starts on Monday, April 17th and is taking over this role from Sabina Bulic. Here you can read Sandy’s brief introduction to our community.

SHE welcomes Sandy Quaden

''Hello, my name is Sandy Quaden and I am delighted to say that I will start a new chapter in my career as Managing Director of SHE and O&O, as of April 15. When asked to describe myself I would like to say that I see myself as an enthusiastic and open person, who wants to drive my colleagues and myself to the highest level.

I grew up in Maastricht. After studying business economics, I started at Maastricht University almost immediately. By now, this is already 27 years ago. First in the position of Financial Consultant and later as Controller at ICTS and MUO. Currently, I have been working as Controller at NUTRIM for over 15 years. During which I have been responsible for Planning & Control and portfolio management. In my career, I have noticed that working together with and advising project leaders on their proposals and projects always gives me satisfaction. It’s my challenge to use available capacity and subsidy resources as efficient as possible.

With my expertise, I enjoy helping staff/colleagues in their work. Thus, hoping to contribute to valuable research and innovation of education for health professionals.

Besides my work, I like to be outside hiking or sailing, or inside with a good book. I also do not shy away from a chance to travel and explore the world. And I like to drink coffee. Especially during to get to know people I deal with at my workplace. So maybe catch up sometime?''


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