Advisory Board

Members of the Advisory Board are international thought leaders and sector experts within STEPPS’ mission. Assignements and projects are conducted in cooperation with our advisory board. One or more members of the advisory board will be selected and involved depending on the project.

Chair of the Advisory Board - Kathryn Newcomer

Chair of the Advisory Board - Kathryn Newcomer

Professor Public Policy and Public Administration, GWU, USA

Jonathan Breckon

Jonathan Breckon

Founder, Alliance for Useful Evidence, UK

Pieter Duisenberg

Pieter Duisenberg

Chair of the Dutch Association of Universities, Former MP

Matthew Flinders

Matthew Flinders

Chair of the Universities Policy Engagement Network (UPEN)

Armin Grunwald

Armin Grunwald

Head of Office of Technology Assessment, German Bundestag

Nick Hart

Nick Hart

President, Data Foundation, USA

Saba Hinrichs-Krapels

Saba Hinrichs-Krapels

Assistant Professor and Delft Technology Fellow, NL

Peter van der Knaap

Peter van der Knaap

Chair of the Dutch Association for Policy Evaluation (Vide)

Jaakko Kuosmanen

Jaakko Kuosmanen

Founder Science Advice Initiative of Finland

Barend van der Meulen

Barend van der Meulen

Director of the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, NL

Robyn Mildon

Robyn Mildon

Founding Director, Centre for Evidence and Implementation, Singapore, UK and Australia

Patricia Rose Paskov

Patricia Rose Paskov

Impact Evaluation Analyst, World Bank Group

David Budtz Pedersen

David Budtz Pedersen

Science Adviser Algorithms, Data & Democracy, Denmark

Roger Pielke

Roger Pielke

Roger Pielke is Professor in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Colorado and the author of The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics

Nick Rodriguez

Nick Rodriguez

CEO, Deliverology Associates

Nynke de Witte

Nynke de Witte

Head of the Dutch Interdepartmental Evaluation Committee

Bram Klievink

Bram Klievink

Professor of Public Administration at Leiden University with a special focus on Digitalisation and Public Policy

Sir Geoff Mulgan

Sir Geoff Mulgan

Professor of Collective Intelligence, Public Policy and Social Innovation at University College London