Amrop Welcomes New Partners in Ukraine and Amsterdam
The Amrop Partnership extends a warm welcome to its newest Executive Search Partners:
Denis Verteletsky, Partner - Kyiv
Denis Verteletsky joins Amrop as a Partner in Kyiv, with experience in senior leadership roles in the Consumer & Retail, Banking and Logistics sectors. He has a broad innovative background including expertise in in digitalization, customer interaction, development of corporate and management culture, BlueOcean Leadership, and implementation of various gamification techniques.
Dorien Wietsma, Partner - Amsterdam
Dr. Dorien Wietsma is a Partner in Amrop's Amsterdam office and a member of Amrop's global Professional Services Practice. She focuses on working with technical companies in the Building and Construction, Infrastructure and Engineering sectors.
With over 25 years of experience in international business, Dorien's strength lies in helping to build successful organizations through the development of management teams. She has held various management and executive roles in the areas of HRM, talent development, business development, communication and CSR, and she specializes in culture and change processes as well as in organizational and leadership development. This background, coupled with her in-depth knowledge of the technical sector, enable Dorien to offer tailor-made solutions for her clients in recruiting and developing successful leaders.
Dorien started her career at VolkerWessels, developing various leadership programs at home and abroad as Manager, Management Development. She then worked in Singapore for 4 years where she was responsible for marketing & sales at HeluTrans relocation services as a business development manager. At Imtech, she subsequently worked on an international culture change as Director of Communication and CSR. Before joining Amrop, Dorien worked at TBI Holdings as Director of Communication and Organizational Development.
Dorien teaches as a guest lecturer at the University of Antwerp and is also active in a number of supervisory roles.