CE Delft is a private limited company with all shares held by Stichting CE. The foundation and the board play no role in the day-to-day activities of CE Delft, neither in the acquisition of new assignments nor in the execution thereof. The foundation serves as both shareholder and advisor to the director. No dividend is paid to the shareholders; instead, the profits are reinvested into our mission. Shares can only be sold with the approval of both the director and the works council.
The board of Stichting CE Delft is comprised of five members who are asked to serve in a personal capacity. People from a wide variety of backgrounds are asked to serve on the board.
Frans Rooijers, director.
I’ve been director of CE Delft since 1999 and thoroughly enjoy leading such a professional team. In this capacity I seek to achieve a balance between broad individual responsibility and freedom of action on the one hand and a clear business strategy on the other. My general management activities allow me to spend about a third of my time on such projects.
Lonneke Wielders, director internal organisation.
I have worked for CE Delft since 2006 and was appointed Director of Internal Operations in 2020. In this position, two core values of CE Delft converge. There is plenty of room for personal and professional development, which in turn drives my passion and motivation for contributing to a sustainable society. We strive to maintain our open culture of mutual respect, understanding, and empathy, despite our growing organisation. These values, together with the passion and drive of my colleagues, make CE a wonderful organisation to work for.