Advisory Board Members

Meet Our Advisory Board Members

Anila Noor

Policy Advisor on Inclusion & Integration at Gemeente Amsterdam.


Anila’s key strengths are working with an integrated and multi spectral approach with focus on community lead initiatives for realization of women and human rights, addressing vulnerability and marginalization, and promoting equity and equality.

Karin Hilton

Senior Director, Technology at Elsevier.


Director with visionary leadership expertise in driving strategy for business growth and IT operations, and in delivering transformational change within time and budget for major Multinational Financial Services, IT and Telco Groups. She has been an advisory member of The Code to Change since 2016, actively supporting our events.

Anja Wesbuer

Managing Director The Netherlands at rent24.


As the managing director of rent24 B.V., her role is to create a community of Netherlands-based startups and scale-ups, entrepreneurs, corporate innovators and investors that will help each other grow their businesses.

Arno Meulenkamp

Co-founder and Chief ICT4D Consultant at Stichting ChunriChoupaal.


Arno has 20 years of work experience in technology and network security. He is a technical pre-sales systems engineer and technical consultant with networking specialty in security, DNS and IPv6. He is highly committed to every aspect of The Code To Change as the Chief ICT4D consultant.

Khizar Naeem

Head of Integrations at Starred.


Khizar is a Pakistani born entrepreneurship enthusiast based out of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He works with companies and individuals to inspire and support them in their entrepreneurial journey. Currently, he’s helping scale Starred (a tech startup in the SaaS industry) as Head of Integrations. A Community Leader and Global facilitator at Techstars Khizar’s mission is “to help entrepreneurs succeed” With a software engineering and entrepreneurial background, Khizar has worked with global market leaders like Google for Entrepreneurs, Salesforce and more.
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