Along with Marloes, two others prominent personalities join the advisory board.
In our previous article, we introduced you to the first four members of the advisory board, a group of individuals with expertise spanning blockchain, technology, banking, marketing, data analysis and entrepreneurship to help us take DenCity to masses.
In this article, we introduce you to three new individuals, namely, Marloes Pomp, Cordell Carter, and Andrew Koh who will be joining us as the latest additions to the DenCity advisory board.
Please meet the new board members below and give them a warm welcome.
Marloes Pomp is one of the most prominent personalities in the Blockchain industry working on building a connection between various governments and the blockchain.
Currently, she is the project leader of thirty blockchain projects within the Dutch Government. Apart from that, she has done several pilot projects in the Netherlands and now is helping those projects reach the next level.
Along with all this, she also provides many training programmes, (including the ICT Masterclass for top officials) and regularly speaks at conferences such as Blockchain Innovation Conference, SXSW Conference, TEDx and others.
Andrew Koh is the Director of Investment Management Association of Singapore.
Previously, he held a leadership role at Singapore’s national payment operator, NETS and played a crucial role there.
In year 2015, Andrew was also listed as one of LinkedIn’s power profiles in Singapore under the finance category.
Along with this, Andrew is an avid lifelong learner and holds 3 world class master degrees: Master of Science in Risk Management (NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business); Master of Science in Global Finance (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology & NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business); MBA (University of Manchester — Manchester Business School). He holds a Bachelor in Banking & Finance (Hon) from University of London.
Cordell Carter is currently leading the Aspen Institute Socrates Program , a global education forum for emerging leaders.
Previously, he held leadership roles with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation where he facilitated and implemented several initiatives.
Cordell is nationally recognized for cross-sector successes in philanthropy, education and technology. He was one of the nine people selected for the prestigious White House Champion of Change for Computer Science Education award.
The new advisors join previously announced board members of the Advisory board. You can have a look at them here.