As we are finally complete, it is time to introduce our new board!
Chair: Dajana Madzura
In that capacity, she oversees the work done by the other board members and acts as the face of the organization. She is Dutch and she is doing a master in Public International Law. Dajana completed her Bachelor degree in Law in Utrecht and is currently still living there. You very are welcome to approach Dajana if you have any questions about ASA, she is happy to help you herself or to help you find the right person.
Secretary: Caterina Woudenberg
Her primary task is to communicate with members, manage all information received from the university, and take minutes during our weekly board meetings. She also assists in coordinating events. Caterina is half Italian, half Dutch and is studying Public International Law. She has previously done a Bachelor in European Studies, where she discovered an interest in EU and international law.
PR Officer: Claudia Meijer
Her tasks involve creating the website, writing newsletters and promoting events. Claudia is currently studying International and European Governance and has previously majored in European Union Law. She grew up in Amsterdam and is half Dutch, half Portuguese. For any questions relating to promotion or collaborations, or feedback, you are very welcome to contact her!
Treasurer: Chloé Bakker
She is responsible for overseeing the board’s budget and financial management, working closely with other members of the board to safeguard ASA’s finances. Chloé is currently doing a pre-Master programme in Law and has previously obtained her Bachelor’s in European Studies, with a major in European Union Law. She is half Dutch and half French and grew up in Leiden. You are more than welcome to contact Chloé if you have any questions regarding finances or your ASA membership!
Events & Geneva Officer: Maren Støldal Risa
Maren is responsible for the Events and the Geneva Trip and is your contact for any practical questions regarding our events! She is Norwegian and is currently studying Public International Law at the University of Amsterdam. Last year she obtained a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Sussex, during which she did an exchange year to Taiwan.
And finally, this year’s official board picture:
We are super excited for this academic year and to see all of you at our events!
The 2019/2020 ASA International Law Board