Kearney promotes four to partner in Amsterdam and Brussels

04 March 2021 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read

Global strategic management consulting firm Kearney has promoted four of its advisors in the Benelux to partner. 

Commenting on the promotions, partner and diversity champion Remko de Bruijn said: “Their promotion is a testament of their contributions to our clients and the trust placed in them by the partnership. Each bring unique competences our clients ask for and enable us to continue delivering upon our ambitious growth path.” 

Alexander Tamminga has been with Kearney for over a decade, having joined the firm following the acquisition of Quintel Strategy Consulting. He is a leader in the firm’s Financial Institutions practice, and work mainly for clients in the insurance, asset management and pension sectors on topics including strategy, pricing, transformation, regulations and acquisitions.
Alexander Tamminga, Jeroen Hendrix, Maria de Kleijn and Jos van Iwaarden - Kearney

Jeroen Hendrix is a partner in Kearney’s Brussels office. He is a core member of the Energy & Process Industries and Strategic Operations practices. His prime areas of expertise cover strategy, operating model, organisation, performance improvement, procurement, supply chain, change management, and digital transformation. 

Maria de Kleijn is a former McKinsey & Company consultant that joined Kearney last year following a career with Elsevier and Vattenfall. She specialises in the energy sector, with a focus on energy transition, energy management and trading. She has extensive experience in business transformation and big data analytics.

Jos van Iwaarden has been serving the consulting firm for over a decade, having previously worked for RSM Erasmus University Rotterdam, where he among others was a lecturer on management consulting programmes. He specialises in operations, supply chain management, lean, quality management and six sigma across various sectors, with a focus on the manufacturing and process industries.