Peter Wakkie is a Dutch national. With a background in law, Peter was a member of the Executive Board of Koninklijke Ahold NV from 2003 until December 2009. He co-founded his own company SPINATH+WAKKIE which provides crisis management consultancy services to Dutch enterprises facing unforeseen and potentially damaging events. He is also Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Wolters Kluwer NV and a member of the Supervisory Board of BCD Holdings NV. He was first appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board in April 2009. His current term runs until 2017.
Doug Dunn is a British national. He holds a Higher National Qualification in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the College of Advanced Technology, Sheffield University. After various engineering and senior management positions in the US and the UK with Motorola Semiconductors, he was Managing Director of the Semiconductor and Components division of General Electric Company Plc from 1980 until 1993. He was a member of the Board of Management of Royal Philips Electronics NV (1998) and Chief Executive Officer of its Semiconductor Division (1993-1996) and its Consumer Electronics division (1996-1998). From 1999 to 2004 he was Chief Executive Officer and President of ASML Holding NV. Doug currently serves as chairman of the Board of Directors of ARM Holdings Plc and is a non-executive director of Soitec SA and member of the Supervisory Board of STMicroelectronics NV. In May 2009 he was elected to the Supervisory Board of BE Semiconductor Industries NV (Besi). He was first appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board in May 2005. His current term runs until 2015.
Guy Demuynck is a Belgian national. Guy gained his Masters degrees in Applied Economics and Marketing & Distribution from the Universities of Antwerp and Ghent respectively. He began his career at Royal Philips Electronics NV, where he worked for 26 years in various commercial and marketing roles in Europe, the US and East Asia, culminating in his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of Philips Consumer Electronics division in 2000. In this role, he also served as a member of the Philips Group Management Committee until December 2002. Guy is a former member of the Board of Management of Royal KPN NV with responsibility for KPN's mobile division and served on the Supervisory Board of E-Plus Mobilfunk Geschäftsführungs GmbH. From 2006 until August 2008, Guy was Chief Executive Officer of Kroymans Corporation BV, a company active in the automotive industry. In 2009 and 2010, Guy was the Chief Executive Director of Liquavista BV, a company active in the consumer electronic industry. Guy currently is a non-executive member of the Management Board of Belgacom NV. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Apollo Vredestein BV, a tyre manufacturer, and was recently appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board of Wizz Air Holdings PLC. He was first appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board in May 2005. His current term runs until 2016.
Ben van der Veer is a Dutch national. He became a Registered Accountant in 1980 while he was employed by KPMG in the Netherlands. In 1987 he was appointed as partner of KPMG and from 1989 he was Chairman for the Amsterdam office. Ben joined the board of management in 1997 and was elected Chairman of the board of management in 1999. In this capacity he joined the international board of the KPMG network. In 2005 Ben was elected as Chairman of the board of the EMEA region, one of KPMG's three international regions. In this leading position he also became a member of the international management committee of the KPMG international network. Ben retired from KPMG in September 2008. Ben is currently a non-executive director of Reed Elsevier Group PLC, Reed Elsevier PLC and Reed Elsevier NV. He is also a member of the Supervisory Boards of AEGON NV, Siemens Nederland NV, Koninklijke FrieslandCampina NV and AMSTERDAM MUSEUM. He was first appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board in October 2008. His current term runs until 2016.
Jacqueline is a Dutch national. She holds a BA degree in History and in French from Oxford University and a MA degree in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies in Washington D.C. She joined Shell International in 1977 and held a variety of positions in the Netherlands, the U.K. and Turkey. In 1989, she joined McKinsey & Company where she worked as a consultant. From 1995 to 1999, she was Vice-President Foods Europe for Quest International, a Unilever subsidiary. In 1999, Jacqueline moved to the public sector. From 1999 to 2001, she was director of Gigaport, a public-private initiative to roll out broadband networks in the Netherlands, and then from 2001 to 2007, she was a Director-General at the Ministry of Transport in the Netherlands, responsible for Civil Aviation and Freight Transport. From 2006 to 2007, she was Chairwoman of the High Level Group for the future of aviation regulation in Europe, reporting to the EU Commissioner for Transport. Jacqueline currently serves as a Non-Executive Director of CNH Industrial N.V. (NL-UK) and as a member of the Supervisory Board of Unibail-Rodamco (FR) and the Wendel Group (FR). In addition, she is Chairman of the Van Leer Group Foundation (NL). Jacqueline was appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board on 1 May 2014 and her current term runs until 2018.
Anita is the Lincoln Filene Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. A native of the Netherlands but now an American citizen, she holds a PhD from London Business School, a MA in Communication from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California and a MA in Communication Science from the University of Amsterdam. She joined the Harvard Business School in 2003, where she teaches a popular MBA course on the entertainment business, is the faculty chair of a new executive education program on that sector, and teaches in other short programs for executives. She has conducted dozens of case studies on entertainment businesses and personalities and is acclaimed for her work on digital-media strategies. Her work is frequently quoted in international media. Anita was appointed to the TomTom Supervisory Board on 1 May 2014 and her current term runs until 2018.