Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle New Non-Executive Director TomTom

Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle New Non-Executive Director TomTom

12-04-2022 TomTom announced on 11 April that Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle has been nominated for appointment to the TomTom Supervisory Board for a term of four years.

Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle is currently Chief Operational Officer at InSided. She has worked in various managerial and board positions in the technology sector, amongst others at WeTransfer and Signal AI. According to TomTom, she has extensive experience in building and scaling high-growth platforms and Software as a Service businesses.

Her appointment will be proposed at an Extraordinary General Meeting to be convened later this year. Upon her appointment, Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle will also become the Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Selection & Appointment Committee.

'We are pleased and excited to propose Marili for appointment to the Supervisory Board,' said Derk Haank, Chairman of the TomTom Supervisory Board. 'I am convinced that Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle, with her extensive experience in subscription-based services, platforms, and commerce, will make important and valuable contributions to the Supervisory Board and TomTom.'

Harold Goddijn, CEO of TomTom, added: 'We look forward to welcoming Marili ‘t Hooft-Bolle to TomTom. She has an impressive track record and I am confident her experience and insights will contribute in a meaningful way to TomTom’s long-term strategy.'

TomTom also announced that non-executive directors Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker and Hala Zeine will step down after the Annual General Meeting, to be held on the 14th of April.

Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker has served eight years as a member of the Supervisory Board and will step down after completing two terms. Hala Zeine will be stepping down early, as she joined TomTom in 2020. Her current role as Managing Director of Blackstone does not allow her to remain a member of TomTom’s Supervisory Board.

TomTom proceeds with the search for a replacement for Hala and will propose a candidate in due course for approval by the company’s shareholders.

'We are very grateful for Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker and Hala Zeine's contributions', said Derk Haank. 'Jacqueline Tammenoms Bakker has helped guide TomTom through its transformation from a hardware to a software company. Her expertise in talent development has been highly valuable to TomTom. We thank Hala Zeine for sharing her experience in technology and innovation and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.'