Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker
Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker studied at Oxford University (BA, First Class Honours History and French) and at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C. (MA, International Relations, with distinction).
In 1977, she joined Shell International and held a number of positions in The Netherlands, the UK and Turkey. In 1989 she joined McKinsey, where she worked as a consultant in the UK and The Netherlands until 1995 when she was appointed Vice-President Food Europe at Quest International (Unilever) in The Netherlands.
In 1999, she moved to the public sector in The Netherlands, firstly as Director of GigaPort (a public-private initiative to roll out broadband networks), and then as the Director-General of Freight Transport (2001-2004) and the Director-General of Civil Aviation and Freight Transport (2004-2007) at the Dutch Ministry of Transport.
In 2006 she was awarded the Légion d’Honneur for her contribution to cooperation between The Netherlands and France, and in 2006-2007 she chaired the EU High Level Group on the regulatory framework for civil aviation reporting to the EU Commissioner for Transport.
Since 2008, Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker has served as an independent Board member. She is currently a Board member and Chair of the Remunerations Committee at Boskalis (NL) and Groupe Wendel (FR), and a member of the Netherlands Growth Fund Advisory Board.
Previously, she was a Board member and Chair of the Remunerations Committee at Vivendi (FR) (2010-2014), a Board member and Chair of the CSR Committee at Tesco PLC (UK) (2009-2015), a Board member of Unibail Rodamco Westfield (FR/NL) (2015-2020), a Board member of CNH Industrial (NL, Italy) (2012-2021), Vice-Chair and Chair of the Remunerations Committee at TomTom (NL) (2014-2022), Chair of the Van Leer Group Foundation (NL) (2011-2020), and a Board member of Het Kadaster/Land Registry (2008-2012).