KILIMANJARO LEADERSHIP PROJECT

Rotterdam school of management

Erasmus University.




26
Aug

Women Empowering Women: the truth about Kilimanjaro

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Hetty after walk

I love sports! Oh, let me qualify – I love watching sports! Actually, the first statement was initially correct because, as a youngster, I was very involved in sports and, although I say so myself, I was actually quite good. My best achievements were mainly in athletics particularly long jump, high jump and 100m sprint. Therefore, it came as a great disappointment, when I was about 18, that this all had to end due to a knee injury. Four operations and many years later, osteoarthritis having spread to most of my joints, I had accepted the fact that sports, even…


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19
Jun

Kilimanjaro!

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I feel very lucky and grateful to have been selected for the Kilimanjaro Project; with the journey I want to strengthen the capability of creating a strong connecting link with female, empowering and encouraging each other. We women need to be able to support each other more, share keys of success, exchange ideas, and plan sustainable ways of doing business. Climbing a mountain has many meanings, it connects people with the beauty of nature and at the same time it invites people to advance step by step with the aim of reaching the summit. Every step is an opportunity to…


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17
Jun

Off to a start

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It is true, it is going to happen. I am going to climb Kilimanjaro.    Who am I? As you can read in my bio, my name is Jeanine Kok. I’m married to Peter and we have a 14 (almost 15) year old son, Vincent. I love my boys dearly. I work for ABN AMRO, where I head the Agency Syndicated Loans team. 16 People in Amsterdam, two in Singapore and one in New York. I am really hoping that at short notice we will also open shop in Brazil.   Early 2012 I started the Executive MBA, and I…


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