Atria’s Supervisory Board: Kathalijne Buitenweg, Emma Harjadi Herman en Hans Moors.
Kathalijne Buitenweg is voorzitter van de Raad van Toezicht van Atria.
Emma Harjadi Herman
Emma Harjadi Herman works at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam as head of education and inclusion. She has been involved with different feminist initiatives since she was a student, like Mama Cash, the Women’s March and activism related to the rights of sex workers. Through her work, she tries to strengthen the voices of artists and activists that are insufficiently heard. Emma is a senior fellow of Humanity in Action, an international network of young people who are committed to human rights, inclusivity and democracy. Emma lived and worked in New York, Paris, Cotonou and Brussels and is currently back in the Netherlands with her partner and two children.
Hans Moors is CEO of EMMA (Experts in Media en Maatschappij) and ANNE (Adviseurs voor Noordoost-Nederland). Both are research and consultancy firms and consist of 50 employees who are working for public affairs. Previously, he was head of the departments security & crime and wellbeing & healthcare at IVA Policy Research and Advice, lecturer in integral security, and as a researcher, he was affiliated with several universities in the Netherlands, Belgium and France. Hans studied Cultural History and Political Philosophy, and his specialization was the socialization of thought regarding gender, sex and inclusion during the 19th and 20th century. After 2003, he focused on issues regarding crime and security, with an emphasis on diversity, relational violence, freedom, fear and trust in criminal or extremist networks. He additionally focused on how to deal with these themes as a professional. Hans wrote and edited several books, reports, academic articles and publications. Since 2006, he has gained experience as a board member in the culture and heritage sector, and is currently a member of the supervisory committee of the Penitentiary Institution of Vught.